Recipe No. 73 White Vermouth

Move over Cocchi and Lillet! This is perhaps the best quinquina vermouth I’ve had. It’s a good aperitif when served up or chilled, but the extra cardamom kick makes it a great cocktail ingredient. It makes a really good Vesper, but try it on a Bijou:
- 1.5oz navy strength gin (I used Krobar from Paso Robles, but Plymouth or Hayman’s should work great)
- 0.75 oz Green Chartreuse
- 0.75 oz ?! no. 73
- olives or cherries
— a year ago

Weingut Setzer

Vesper Grüner Veltliner

Cool, refreshing, mellow — 6 years ago


Young Vine Rancho Guejito Vineyard Mourvèdre 2014

Delicious and refreshing. — 6 years ago

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Warner Edwards

Harrington Dry Gin 2018

We liked this both as a dry martini and as a vesper — 3 years ago


Vesper Grande Champagne Cognac Ugni Blanc

Rozes, almonds, mint, touch of citric acid. — 5 years ago

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Giulio Cocchi

Aperitivo Americano

r c

use this instead of Lillet in a Vesper. Have been told it is closer to the original more bitter notes of Lillet in the Fifties when Ian Fleming created the cocktail. Incredible addition to a classic cocktail. — 6 years ago


Triple B Ranches Mar-Cin San Deigo County Marsanne Cinsault Rosé 2016

NatDiego - 2018. San Diego represents. Unique Marsanne Cinsault blend. Nicely chilled on a warm day. — 4 years ago

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Gabriel Boudier

Saffron Gin

Perhaps the best infused Gin for cocktails. Add Lillet and lemon peel for a Vesper or simply add good tonic water. You could even enjoy it on the rocks with a slice of orange. — 6 years ago

Coates & Co.

Plymouth Gin


Makes a KILLER vesper or regular martini!. Super SMOOTH!!🍸😎👍 — 6 years ago


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Nice fruit. Strawberries and very light tannins and acidity. Round and long finish. — 7 years ago

Shafiq Perry
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