OTTOS ATHENS VERMOUTH
Otto's Athens Vermouth was developed by two award winning barkeepers (Nikos Bakoulis and Vasilis Kyritsis), who both work at “The Clumsies” in Athens – one of the top 50 bars in the world (number 6 in 2017).
Otto's Athens Vermouth is made from high quality Greek wine that is infused with rose petals, citrus fruits, wormwood, kumquat, olive leaves and other Greek herbs, such as angelica and oregano.
A refreshing and slightly bitter vermouth with fresh rose petals and an aroma of citrus fruits and vanilla! In the mouth, there is a perfectly balanced sweetness with a slightly bitter aftertaste that is rounded off by lemon and orange.
This vermouth was named after King Otto who declared Athens as the capital of Greece in 1834. The first Greek vermouth was developed only a few years later, in 1850 by Ioannis Vouher for King Otto in Athens. He used high quality Greek wine and infused it with Greek herbs.
Otto's Athens Vermouth was awarded the silver medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2017 in the Aperitif category.