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Cocchi Storico Vermouth Di Torino

(75cl, 16%)

Cocchi Storico Vermouth Di Torino
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Cocchi Storico Vermouth Bottling Note

Produced by the Giulio Cocchi Spumanti company, this is a classic vermouth which was first produced in 1891. It is based on a recipe with Moscato wine, sourced from Asti, near Turin.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Rich spices and fruit. Hints of cured ham, peppermint and curry spices.

Palate: Cocoa and raisins. Rich fruit and bittersweet peels. Orange zest, aniseed and overripe grape.

Finish: A faint hint of smoke, with tangy wood and spice.

Overall: A beautifully rich, bittersweet vermouth.

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Cocchi Storico Vermouth Di Torino Reviews


Beautiful vermouth, I love my negroni's and this makes a fantastic drink even better.

26th May 2020


On it’s own, with tonic or in a Negroni, it’s hard to beat. Came across this in a superb little cocktail bar in Edinburgh.

25th April 2020

Perfect. This is THE vermouth.

This is just perfect for my Negroni or Manhattan. Rich, full of sweet and bitter notes, even on the rocks or with some tonic is banging. Try it.

10th September 2018

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