Forget the fragrance and the touch. It’s the taste of a woman that counts. Like a dry Martini, a woman’s flavour is unique and, when unlocked, intoxicating. Smooth and refined, she is a delight to savour and an experience that lingers on the palate. Her sweetness bears a subtle hint of honey and her juices can tingle in your mouth like juicy juniper berries. Her essence has a hint of bitterness and a tangy nuance, a woman is pure harmony. With each sip, one discovers new depths; rich, complex, and mysterious. Shaken, not stirred, the taste of a woman can’t be bottled but provokes a sense of adventure into unchartered waters. Sweet, sour, and salty all at once, there is no other taste like it.
[Cocktail] Halina Lazarchyk
The taste of the best women. Sweet and intoxicating with a sour taste. Spread open. Taste.
Martini is a brand of vermouth and sparkling wines produced in Italy. The name itself has already become a household name and is perceived as a separate type of alcohol. The drink is used both as part of classic cocktails and in its pure form. Since 1863, the Martini distillery has produced a fairly wide range.
The very first product of the Martini brand, made according to a classic recipe. The name of the drink consists of the names of two people: the manager Alessandro Martini and the young distiller Rosso, the author of the recipe. Rosso has a rich aroma of herbs and a bitter taste, and the caramel in the composition gives the martini a shade of dark amber. The fortress is 16 degrees.