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Dubonnet Rouge Vermouth 70cl



Dubonnet comes in two varieties and Dubonnet Rouge is the more common of the two. It has a red-wine base and is rich and semi-sweet. Some drinkers find notes of orange, nuts, chocolate, and coffee in the taste.

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Dubonnet is a fortified wine that originated in France in the mid-19th century. It is made by blending red wine with a proprietary blend of herbs, spices, and quinine, which gives it a unique flavor and aroma.

Dubonnet is typically consumed as an aperitif, either on its own or mixed with other ingredients in cocktails. It has a deep, ruby-red color and a rich, complex flavor, with notes of fruit, spice, and bitterness.

The exact recipe of Dubonnet is a closely guarded secret, but it is known to contain a blend of herbs and spices, including cinchona bark (which is the source of quinine), bitter orange peel, gentian root, and other aromatic botanicals.

Dubonnet is available in several different varieties, including Dubonnet Rouge (the original variety), Dubonnet Blanc (which is made with white wine), and Dubonnet Gold (which is a sweeter, more fruit-forward version of the drink).

Dubonnet has been enjoyed by many famous figures throughout history, including Queen Elizabeth II (who reportedly drinks it on the rocks with a slice of lemon), and the French writer Marcel Proust (who famously mentioned it in his novel, “In Search of Lost Time”). It is still widely enjoyed today as a classic aperitif and cocktail ingredient.

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