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Yield: 1 serving
1 ounce gin
1 ounce sweet vermouth
1 ounce orange juice, freshly squeezed
Garnish: orange wedge
Add the gin, sweet vermouth and orange juice into a shaker with ice and shake until well-chilled.
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
Garnish with an orange wedge. Enjoy!
*Recipe courtesy of liquor.com
History of Vermouth
In the 16th century, Italy invented a fortified wine intended for medicinal use. Derived from a white wine base and named for one of its ingredients, “Wormwood,” was infused with caramel and botanicals giving the drink a reddish-brown color. By the 18th century, the French began commercially producing a dry white version of the wine which eventually underwent a name change based on the French pronunciation of Wormwood “wermut.” A wine often mistaken for a spirit, vermouth has become a staple in the world of cocktails today.
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