Belsazar is a German vermouth, this one being Rosé, providing plenty of pink fruit notes. It's produced by using a portion of wine from the South Baden region, a little fruit brandy and herbs. One of the greatest (if not the greatest) Rosé vermouths on the shelf.
A top notch aperitif that comes as an alternative nowadays to the classic Kinet Lillet that is no longer produced. Cocchi Americano also has more bitterness from the quinine than Lillet Blanc. If your looking to knock up a vesper from Bond's Casino Royal or make a corpse reviver No. 2, then...
A production of Giulio Cocchi's original recipe Vermouth Di Torino, originally made in 1891. Based on a recipe featuring Moscato wine, this first class vermouth is rich and vibrant with a well-balanced bitter undertone. Anecessity for a number of classic mixed drinks.
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