Vermouth of the Professore Classico is a Vermouth with the name of the American barman OF the nineteenth century, Jerry Thomas, nicknamed the Professor, elaborated BY the Antica Distilleria Quaglia elaborates with Federico Ricatto, Carlos Quaglia and the team of Jerry Thomas Speakeasy in Rome.
The recipe and method for mixing wine, alcohol and herbs and spices for this vermouth is highly intricate and complicated. The base for the vermouth is a white Langarolo nutmeg to which a pure and meticulously refined alcohol is added along with a fortnight of different aromatic and medicinal herbs collected on the alpine slopes surrounding Turin. The sugar added to the vermouth is minimally refined, natural cane sugar.
Vermouth tasting Note by Professore Classico
Vermouth of the Professore Classico is of amber color. Aromas between the notes of licorice and bitterness in wormwood, dry straw, mahogany and tea infusions. The medicinal quality in the taste of alcohol and its underlying continuous bitterness manages to maintain balance with the refreshing flavors of herbs and spices, and is complemented with sweet notes of ginger and citrus peel, making the Vermouth Slightly bitter and slightly sweet.