Sacred English Dry Vermouth 50cl

English Vermouth • 50cl • 21.8%
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Sacred English Dry Vermouth
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Country English Vermouth
Distillery/Brand Sacred Spirits Company

Sacred Dry Vermouth

For this dry vermouth, Sacred teamed up with Alessandro Palazzi, head bartender of London's Dukes Bar which is famed for its Martinis – and this vermouth is used in every Dry Martini served at that fab establishment! A bone dry expression, produced with English wine from Gloucestershire's Three Choirs, it should be no surprise that it's absolutely exceptional in a Martini.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Distinctive and subtle wormwood bitterness, with peppery undertones, dried herbs and hints of berry sweetness.

Allergy information

Sulphur Dioxide / Sulphites Yes
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Reviews for Sacred English Dry Vermouth
Know your vermouths!
You need to know that this vermouth is specifically made to be used in small quantities (dashes) in a Direct Martini - it's therefore stronger / more assertive than a "standard" dry vermouth. If you enjoy "Dukes-style" Martinis then there is no substitute for this, but if you aren't familiar with this style then you will need to adjust your vermouth / gin (vodka) ratios accordingly.
Stephen W , United Kingdom
2 months ago
Too Dominant and Lacking in Subtle Flavours
I agree with the Big and Bold review. Overpowering as a vermouth. Tasted alone it is a bit like petrol. I see why Allesandro uses only a drop or two in the glass and then throws it out. I appreciate the effort that has gone into producing this, but it is definitely not to my taste and I will not buy it again.
Bill Y , United Kingdom
one year ago
Big and Bold
This vermouth comes with high recommendation from one of the worlds top bars but with a Martini, as will all drinks I guess, but especially a Martini it comes down to personal taste and for me, this didn’t do it.
The botanicals/herbs in this vermouth, I found, overpowering. It has a very strong presence in a Martini and I felt became the main player, overpowering the gin. The deep yellow colour is a clue to how big and bold the flavours are.
Others will adore it, but it didn’t work for me.
Terry W , United Kingdom
2 years ago