Vinoble is proud to offer a great selection of Vermouth Hong Kong. Alcohol has been sweetened, and flavored with herbs for as long as humans have produced alcohol, and no where is that more true than in the regions of Southern France and Northern Italy. Vermouth is one of the most widely consumed examples of liqueur today. Modern Vermouth began in Turin, Italy in the 19th century. Its a fortified wine flavored with aromatic herbs, the exact recipe being unique to each producer. Vermouth makers use a variety of white grapes to make a simple base wine, which they then fortify with neutral spirits. For dry Vermouth, which is usually white and French, has no more than 4% sugar by volume is included, sweet Vermouth is typically red and from Italy, and will normally contain over 10% sugar. Common spices and flavorings in Vermouth are Cinnamon, nutmeg, orange, cardamom, chamomile, clove, ginger, and historically wormwood. While the Red and White varieties are most common and have been around the longest, newer variations and colors have emerged in the 20th century. and most regions do not have any restrictions on how it is made. Like Lillet, Vermouth can be drunk neat or with ice, but most commonly it is found in classic cocktails like the Martini, the Negroni, and the Manhattan. This is actually a source of frustration for Vermouth lovers, as cocktail drinkers have been trained by pop culture to want less vermouth in their martinis (dry martini) than was traditional. As a result Vermouth has fallen on hard times internationally, but it remains a popular aperitif in Europe, and those who appreciate its varied charms are not likely to give it up.