Campari, vermouth, and elderflower have all been used throughout history to treat measles, inflammatory diseases, and more.
But then I had another startling revelation—one that could not be so easily washed off with vermouth… 48.
He supped down that vermouth, pannikin after pannikin; and as he got more drunk, so did I get more eloquent.
He bundled them all into a wineshop where they took some vermouth.
Sabas came every day at eleven o'clock, before going for his usual promenade to the caf where he took his vermouth.
Drink your vermouth, take that bundle of cigarettes, and hunt Zoug-Zoug else where.
And so did Val Clayton, who also came that year, merely in order to see what sort of vermouth they sold at the other hotels.
It was her request for a vermouth that had prompted my sudden question.
He gave us some vermouth and informed us that the population was very quiet, very happy.
They poured out wine for us, or vermouth, and we took the latter.
1806, from French vermouth, from German Wermuth "wormwood," from Middle High German wermuot, from Old High German wermuota (see wormwood), name of the aromatic herb formerly used in the flavoring of the liqueur.