40 English Vermouth

40 English Vermouth

From £24.00

Our pale, semi-dry English Vermouth offers a highly complex yet lifted aromatic nose packed with exotic spice, citrus peel and fragrant herbs.  On the palate it is deliciously fresh with just a touch of sweetness and a long lingering finish.  Drink on its own (chilled on ice), partner with strong cheeses, cured meats, dried fruit and nuts (best served at 12-15℃ ) or use in a range of delicious cocktails.  It’s a truly versatile drink.

Now available with a beautiful re-cyclable gift carton.

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We’re delighted to say that it has been awarded a ‘MASTER’ in The Spirits Magazine Global Spirits Masters competition 2017 as well as a Gold at the Sommelier WIne Awards 2019 where it would have been judged against many other fortified wines from around the world.

Here are some of the judges’ comments:  “…..complex notes of pineapple, lychee, coconut and potpourri….”,  “….sweetness well balanced, with bruised apples and pears…”,  “..incredibly complex and interesting, and amazing over ice with fresh lemon…”


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  1. Edward Chanter

    I’ve never been much of a fan of vermouth but the 40 Vermouth has changed my opinion. I was given a bottle of this brilliant vermouth and Brighton Gin for Christmas in a lovely hamper. Combined they make the best dry martini I’ve ever had! Try it with Nocellara olives because the butteriness of the olives works wonderfully with the flavours of vermouth and gin. I will definitely be buying this again myself.

  2. Victoria Moore – THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

    An utterly delicious, delicate and fragrant semi-sweet white vermouth….This vermouth has a delciate floral scent that sings of summer and as the name suggests, it’s made using 40 botanicals including English countryside classics such as rose petals thyme and camomile as well as saffron, cardamom and tea. Good enough to drink on its own on the rocks or try it with a delicate tonic such as Fever-Tree Light. It’s also delicious…made into a spritz using English sparkling wine or mixed with elderflower presse, gin and bitters.

  3. Fiona Beckett

    Albourne Estate’s 40, which is made as a byproduct of the Sussex estate’s wine, could be used for a rather delicious negroni, but it’s cracking on its own, too. A Deliciously herby, nutty vermouth.

  4. Kate Hawkings – OLIVE MAGAZINE

    Cardamom and saffron notes shine through, along with a very pleasing herbaceous astringency. Enjoy on its own or with anything cheesy

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