Martini Rosso is claimed to be the world's first vermouth. The distinctive colour is produced by the addition of caramel, which also tempers the bittersweet effect of the 50+ herbs and spices used in production.
A vivid red bitter aperitif from Martini, encroaching on the market that is traditionally dominated by Campari. This is a bit less bitter than the market leader, with extra rich sweetness under the quinine heavy bitterness.
Martini Gold is an exciting blend of botanicals sourced from around the world to create a unique flavour, in packaging designed by fashion house Dolce & Gabbana. The taste of Martini Gold is described by the producers as naturally distinctive, with fragant lemon, deep, zesty orange and rich exotic spices such as saffron, ginger and myrrh.
An interesting bottle of Martini's American Cocktail, most probably a mixture of vermouth and Campari that became known as the Americano, the forerunner of the more famous Negroni. This is quite well travelled, having been originally been produced for the Philippines export market.