[ UK /vˈɜːməθ/ ]
[ US /vɝˈmuθ/ ]
  1. any of several white wines flavored with aromatic herbs; used as aperitifs or in mixed drinks
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How To Use vermouth In A Sentence

  • For the oyster veloute, a Boozy Beginning made with Patron Silver and anejo tequilas, Ultimat Vodka and house-made dry vermouth. D.C. rocks the Patron Express
  • And Spain's classic Liquor 43 makes an appearance in their Manhattan 43, blended with Woodford Reserve Bourbon, sweet vermouth and a dash of bitters.
  • Add the herbs and wine or vermouth and boil briskly until the liquid has almost evaporated.
  • She added only a hint of vermouth to the gin.
  • So now we have a drink named the Martinez that's made with gin, sweet vermouth, and orange bitters.
  • He says that you pour the gin and vermouth over ice in a chilled shaker, then mix and strain quickly into a chilled martini glass.
  • He was a little nervous, but after a moment's hesitation he swung into action and, using twice as much applejack as cognac or vermouth, he put together an incredibly wonderful drink.’
  • The film is set in 1959 and fuelled by gin and vermouth. Times, Sunday Times
  • Where you might have heard it: dark, smoky bars selling cheap vermouth. Times, Sunday Times
  • I mean I got right up into the tv screen and looked specifically for those tears to fall and nada, nothing, dry as a martini with no vermouth.
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