Tag Archives: Sweet Vermouth

Dutch Negroni

Genever is so much fun to play with in a variety of cocktails. Many classic gin-based drinks originally contained genever, rather than the London Dry that is so ubiquitous today, so the substitution lends an added layer of complexity and … Continue reading

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Vermouth 101

I’ve only recently started to develop an appreciation for good vermouth. I used to buy to occasional bottle of whatever was cheapest at Trader Joe’s to make a passable Manhattan. But now that I’ve started paying attention, I’m thrilled when … Continue reading

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Blogging Through Boozehound: The Negroni

Boozehound: On the Trail of the Rare, the Obscure, and the Overrated in Spirits by Jason Wilson is one of the more enjoyable books I’ve read in a while. Wilson is the spirits writer for the Washington Post, and the … Continue reading

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