What is Torino drink?

What is Torino drink?

The Milano-Torino is a classic Italian cocktail and a predecessor to the Negroni that features equal parts of Martini Rosso sweet vermouth and Campari.

Is Punt e Mes vermouth?

Meet Punt e Mes (pronounced poont-eh-mess). The name translates to “point and a half” and, so the story goes, it’s one part vermouth and half a part intensely herbal-bitter quina liqueur.

How do you drink a martini Rosso Torino?

WITH MARTINI ROSSO. The aromatic and herbal notes of MARTINI Rosso & Tonic balance perfectly with rich, salted nibbles. For a quick aperitif, pair it with a simple bowl of olives or salted almonds, or for something more substantial, try a cheese and charcuterie board with salami, cured hams and Pecorino cheese.

How do you serve Rosso Antico?

Rosso Antico is best served over ice with a slice of orange.

What is Torino Aperitivo?

Aperitivo in Turin is a lively, colourful and infinitely sociable way to spend a few hours relaxing before dinner or even for an alternative take on an evening meal with friends, colleagues or family.

Can you drink Punt e Mes straight?

STRAIGHT OR MIXED Punt e Mes is delicious served straight with a slice of orange peel but is also perfect as a base for cocktails such as the famous MITO, the Manhattan or the legendary 70′s Punt e Mes.

Should Punt e Mes be refrigerated?

Like all vermouth, it should be refrigerated after opening. Vermouth is a fortified wine and does oxidize over time. Even refrigerated, you should limit the life of your vermouth to a few months at most. Yes, it should come in smaller bottles.

What do you mix Rosso Antico with?

The Americano, the first traditional Italian vermouth cocktail, is prepared by combining 1 ounce Rosso Antico, 1 ounce bitter, and 1 ounce soda water. Faithful to its past, the Americano is served in an Old Fashioned glass over ice and garnished with a slice of orange and lemon peel.

What goes with Rosso Antico?

Ruby red in colour, bittersweet on the palate with an aftertaste of peels and spices, Rosso Antico is excellent when served with ice and a slice of lemon to make the perfect aperitif. It blends particularly well with vodka, rum and gin.