Cocchi Vermouth di Torino is a collective heritage of Piedmont, starting at the end of the 18th century in the royal court of Savoia and spreading to the four corners of the world in the 20th century.
Delicious straight on ice with a little lemon peel, it is an essential ingredient for creating the most classic cocktails, from the Negroni to the Manhattan.
On the occasion of the 120th anniversary of the foundation, the Storico Vermouth di Torino is again produced according to the original recipe by Giulio Cocchi.
This vermouth belongs to the category of sweet vermouths, produced with Moscato wine as a base, which is mixed with an infusion from a secret recipe of local and exotic plants.
Cocchi Storico Vermouth di Torino has been the protagonist of the recent revival of these top vermouths. Great bartenders around the world have become very familiar with this product, so it is often known by the diminutive "Cocchi Torino".
Flambé orange, candied peel, vanilla and dandelion and burdock with menthol, supported by rich red fruits, sour and sour cherries and delicate touches of rose petals.
Full of flavors and thick on the palate - perfectly balanced, bittersweet and round. Fruity notes of cherry and menthol blend with cooked raspberries, orange peel, earthy licorice and a subtle, flavorful herbal flavor - hints of tarragon and bitter leaves.
Bold, long, and well-balanced, with fruit and herbal notes complementing and intermingling.
Full, long and well balanced, with notes of fruit and herbs complementing and intertwining.
Remarkably complex and obviously superior to most vermouths. It has the classic bittersweet character of the style, but reinforced by layers of fruit complexity and the bitterness of herbs. A rich and flavorful aperitif, and a cocktail ingredient that makes its presence recognizable.