VERMOUTH & MIXERS

Vermouth doesn’t have nearly the shelf life of a spirit. 

Note: its ABV (alcohol by volume) is that of wine and once it is opened, it should be refrigerated and consumed within several weeks.

 

Please note: Actual bottle may differ from photo. Vintage/year not guaranteed unless indicated.

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Martini Bianco

It is known as the ‘Bianchissimo’, or the whitest, is one of a variety of sweetened dry vermouth....

It is known as the ‘Bianchissimo’, or the whitest, is one of a variety of sweetened dry vermouth. It is made from filtered white wine that is sweetened and infused with different botanicals that include vanilla flowers, spices, herbs, citrus zest, barks, and roots. Want to make a Martini Bianco Tonic?  Transforming Martini Bianco into a long drink, ice-cold tonic water softens the sweet vanilla notes of the white vermouth for a crisper, cleaner finish. A ratio of 50/50 vermouth and tonic ensu...

₱677.00

Martini Extra Dry

Martini Extra Dry’s rare woods, herbs, citrus and raspberry extracts are the pillar of the 20th c...

Martini Extra Dry’s rare woods, herbs, citrus and raspberry extracts are the pillar of the 20th century’s defining drink: the Dry Martini cocktail. First introduced on New Year’s Day 1900, after 10 years of development by Luigi Rossi’s sons, Martini Extra Dry has at its heart the violet-scented tartness of Florentine Orris – iris roots grown for three years before being sun-dried.-martini.com

₱677.00

Martini Rosso

While the exact recipe remains a closely guarded secret, this sweet vermouth’s intensely herbal c...

While the exact recipe remains a closely guarded secret, this sweet vermouth’s intensely herbal character is the result of blending carefully chosen wines with a complex selection of Italian herbs, including sage, savory and dittany, and bitter-sweet exotic woods.-martini.com

₱677.00