Spanish Vermouth, or "Vermut" as it's locally known, is a cherished aperitif that has a special place in Spain's drinking culture. Often enjoyed before a meal, Vermouth is a fortified wine infused with a blend of botanicals, including herbs, spices, and aromatic plants. It is characterized by its bittersweet taste and a unique blend of flavors that vary from brand to brand.
Spaniards have a tradition of enjoying Vermouth on tap, often garnished with a twist of citrus or a green olive. In recent years, there has been a resurgence of artisanal Vermouth production in Spain, with many small producers crafting their own versions, adding a touch of modern creativity to this classic beverage. Spanish Vermouth embodies the spirit of conviviality, offering a harmonious blend of tradition and innovation in every glass.