Baldoria Bitter Vermouth
About Baldoria Bitter Vermouth
750ml & 18% ABV
Earthy. Floral. Balanced.
Brand new to the US and only available on Curiada, this premium farm-to-glass vermouth derives its flavor from maté and four different types of wormwood.
Delicious over ice or give new dimension to your favorite cocktails with clean, fresh, nuanced flavors.
Discover how distinctive vermouth can be.
Pairing Baldoria vermouth’s signature base of four bitter wormwoods with the grassy, herbal bitterness of maté tea, Baldoria Bitter is—indeed—bitter, yet supremely balanced. Unique and delicious vermouth serve with ice and your favorite tonic, perfect in an Americano or Negroni.
- Most simply, just pour over ice, top off with tonic, and sip with pleasure
- To make the Verdant Spritz, pour 2 parts Baldoria Bitter and 1 part Baldoria Verdant into a highball glass, top with cold sparkling wine (we favor Prosecco), and garnish
- Enjoy an Orange Negroni, with equal parts Baldoria Bitter, Baldoria Orange, and the gin of your choice
Every Baldoria expression uses as its foundation a high-quality wine carefully selected to complement the botanical profile of the vermouth. The botanicals themselves are prepared using fresh herbs, plants, and flowers that are either harvested in the Alps or grown in the 10 acres surrounding the Italian distillery.
Baldoria Vermouth comes to us from the team at The Little Red Door, a Parisian cocktail bar that for the last decade has staked out a top spot as one of the World's 50 Best Bars, among other accolades.
Baldoria launched in Europe in 2020 and is used by many of the world's most elite bars, restaurants, and hotels. Among them The Savoy, London, The Hoxton hotels, the Four Seasons, Firenze, and of course The Little Red Door. The craftspeople at the Little Red Door continually challenge themselves to develop new, fascinating, and delicious ways to enjoy best-quality spirits. Baldoria is their latest venture, with more on the horizon.
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- Tim B.Verified BuyerI recommend this productI'm More Into: CocktailsMy Spirit of Choice (if forced to choose!) Rum, Gin, Amari, AperitifsI Bought This For MyselfRated 4 starsMakes an intriguing take on a Negroni
I created the Baldoria Orange Negroni recommended in this product description. I used 1 ounce Baldoria Orange Wine Vermouth, 1 ounce, Baldoria Bitter Vermouth, and 1 ounce Bulldog London Dry Gin. I stirred this over a big block of ice, then expressed an orange peel over the cocktail. This produced a lighter, more herbal take on a Negroni than the traditional cocktail. This Negroni reminds me a bit of the White Negroni. It's possible that gentian is being used as the bittering agent in the bitter vermouth.
By itself, the bitter vermouth is lighter and more herbaceous than Campari. It's softer, and the wine base comes through. Trying both the bitter and orange wine vermouths on their own, I prefer the orange wine vermouth. It's a rounder, more balanced flavor with plenty of herbaceous notes to keep it interesting.
I added 0.5 ounce of CioCiaro Amaro to my Baldoria Orange Negroni and immediately preferred this variation. It needed a bit more backbone, as the bitter vermouth isn't as punchy nor as sweet as the Campari that it replaces. That little bit of CioCiaro made a big difference, and I would gladly craft this combination of ingredients again!Best ForRated -1.0 on a scale of minus 2 to 2
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