Martini Rosso 1L1L
Martini Rosso 1L
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Dark red with a rich aroma of aromatic herbs, the Red Martini has that unique, full and unmistakably bitter flavour that vibrates the taste. Smooth or blended with orange juice, always and strictly with ice, soothes and pleases the spirit.
His luck was virtually immediate, thanks to his Vermuth, who was immediately exported to the United States where he had already been in the mix of mixed drinks at the end of the nineteenth century.
Description of Martini Rosso 1L
Martini Rosso 1L
- Colour: Martini Rosso 1L has an intense, deep red colour.
- Aroma: Complex on the nose, with fruity hints of guava and spice, completed with a touch of pistachio. Deep and bitter, and sweet aromas combine to create an enticing character.
- Taste: Rich on the palate, with a bittersweet sensation. Hints of sherry and gin botanicals, grapes, oak, and spice. Peppery aftertaste, with a resinous finish.
PRODUCER: Martini & Rossi.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: Classic Italian liqueur created in 1863 by Luigi Rossi himself. Crafted from the finest selection of over 30 different kinds of local and international herbs, its beautiful and characteristic red colour is granted by natural caramel. The fine wines utilized in the manufacturing process give this spirit a woody character with depth and complexity. Perfect to be enjoyed chilled on its own, this sweet vermouth expression is also good as the main ingredient of the world-famous Manhattan cocktail, or in a simple, refreshing beverage mixed with lemon, orange juice and ice. Martini Rosso 1L was the first vermouth created by this house, and it quickly became a reference for the brand, and its low alcoholic content and sweet and refreshing character make it ideal for a summer sunset.
Martini & Rossi is an Italian company that has been providing the world with fine Italian aperitifs, vermouths, and sparkling wines since 1863. Based in Italy, the brand is known for its beautifully produced products which are sure to catch the eye due to their colour and packaging.More about the Winery