Sending the UK's cocktailist mixologalian types into a frenzy of anticipation, the famed Cocchi Americano has finally hit these shores. It's acclaimed as the most credible alternative to the long-discontinued Kina Lillet due to its high levels of cinchona, the fiercely bitter bark used to make quinine. This makes Cocchi Americano essential in recreating James Bond's Vesper Martini and the legendary Corpse Reviver #2 from The Savoy Cocktail Book.
Cocchi Americano Rosa is a blend of two aromatic grape varieties, Brachetto and Malvasia herbs, fruits and spices. These include gentian, cinchona, ginger and rose petals. Enjoy with tonic or soda and grapefruit zest, or in sparkling wine.
Based on the original recipe of Guilio Cocchi, this vermouth amaro is a blend of wormwood, rhubarb, cassia bark, chiretta and cinchona with red wine. This works well at all times – as an aperitif, a digestif and in cocktails.