Dry vermouth is a type of fortified wine, flavored with various botanicals. Like other wine products, vermouth doesn’t last long – no more than a few weeks in the fridge.
We don’t usually shake drinks with vermouth in them, because vermouth tends to produce ugly, soapy-looking bubbles when agitated.
Also Known As
- French vermouth
- Noilly Prat
- White vermouth
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