Ferdinand’s Rose Vermouth
Our Riesling based Rosé Vermouth is the perfect homage to our blossom rich springs and long warm summers in the Saar valley. The bitter sweet symphony is carefully crafted with hand-picked Riesling grapes and regional botanicals such as homegrown rhubarb, red vineyard peach, grape flowers, bitter orange, cranberry, elderflower and passion flower.
Cocktail ideas :
Ferdinand’s Rose Vermouth & Tonic
- 50ml Ferdinand´s Rosé Vermouth
- 100ml Grapefruit Tonic Water
- Grapefruit wheel (garnish)
Pour Ferdinand’s Rose Vermouth and grapefruit tonic water into an ice-filled highball or rock glass. Gently stir together. Garnish with grapefruit wheel.
Starward Old Fashioned Cocktail0 out of 5(0)
A good Old Fashioned is notoriously difficult to get just right. Instead, we’ve put in the hard yards for you. This no fuss, new world take on a classic cocktail will let you indulge your tastebuds without having to play bartender all night.
Expertly crafted by our top Starward distillers and bartenders. We take our signature single malt and add house-made wattle seed and orange bitters and demerara sugar. The perfect mellow balance of spice with just a hint of sweetness.
Pour over ice with a twist of orange. With 10 serves in a bottle, it’s great at a BBQ with steak, sardines or chicken.SKU: STW05-NV00500-RTD
Ferdinand’s Dry Vermouth0 out of 5(0)
The world’s first vintage vermouth with riesling of a great VDP-site.
The large steep south-facing slope of the Saarburger Rausch, its rough Devonian shale soil and the cool climate of the Saar form the perfect basis for the first Riesling Vermouth in the world. The minerality and fruitiness of the Saar Riesling, the bitterness of the wormwood and the floral, spicy aromas of the regional herbs and flowers give this batch produced Vermouth wine from the Saar valley its unique lightness and elegance.
Besides homegrown wormwood, lovage and vineyard onion we mainly use the botanicals which form the essential part of the Ferdinand’s Saar dry gin, in order to retain the distinctive character of the beautiful Saar region. Grand cru Riesling wine is infused with Cold macerated botanicals, sweetened by the residual sugar of the Wine and rectified concentrated grapes.
- Ingredients : 12 botanicals including homegrown wormwood, lovage and vineyard Onion as well as vintage grand cru riesling.
- Tasting note : The very first dry riesling vermouth from the Saar region; a floral yet spicy character with notes of regional herbs and blossoms, delivering a supreme drinking pleasure.
- Perfect Serve : Dry Martini Cocktail, El Presidente, Bronx, Vermouth Highball
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Bittermens® Boston Bittahs0 out of 5(0)
A peculiar combination of citrus & chamomile. We recommend adding a dash to libations that you’d rather drink while relaxing outdoors on a warm summer night.
After the rousing success of the ‘Elemakule Tiki® Bitters, we set forth to come up with a new bitter that celebrated both the return of summer and our return to Boston after 14 years. It’s citrus, citrus, citrus and more citrus, supported with a heavy dose of chamomile. We think it smells like summer. Try it in your favorite fizz, sour or bright tropical drink. It works extremely well with pisco and scotch as well.
Primary Flavors: Citrus, Chamomile and more CitrusSKU: BFT20-NV00146-XX
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Bittermens® Hellfire Habanero Shrub0 out of 5(0)
We love spicy foods here at Bittermens. In fact, habaneros appear in everything from cream sauces to omelets at home. However, we have found that when people try to make spicy cocktails, much of the time the flavor falls short.
The problem as we see it isn’t the heat – it’s how the heat is incorporated into the cocktail. Infusing jalapeño peppers into tequila is perfect if you want a tequila drink. However, simply putting commercial hot sauces, sambal or sriracha into a cocktail usually throws off the cocktail’s balance.
The way that most hot sauces are made is by blending peppers with vinegar, salt and other spices. Vinegar, eh? That sure sounds like a shrub to us. Shrubs are classically refreshing fruit and vinegar-based syrups that were sweetened and diluted to make a beverage since revolutionary times. Instead of making a berry shrub or an orange shrub, why not make a hot pepper shrub?
We’ve fortified the shrub with alcohol (to better extract the flavors from the spices) and made it much more concentrated, so you only need to use drops instead of ounces to get the desired effect… which, in this case, is a good ol’ bit of heat.SKU: BFT23-NV00146-XX
Peychaud’s Aromatic Cocktail Bitters0 out of 5(0)
The classic New Orleans bitters, Peychaud’s is one of three essential bitters to have behind your bar (Angostura and Regan Orange are the others). Formulated in 1838 as a medicinal tonic, Peychaud’s aromatic bitters quickly became a favorite of 19th century bartenders. Today, it is one of only two bitters brands to survive Prohibition unscathed.
Peychaud’s are lumped in the same category as Angostura aromatic bitters but boast a telltale bright red color and slightly sweeter flavor profile with loads of warm Christmas spices.SKU: BFT10-NV00148-XX