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 Wermut

Vermouth

Glossary term

Wermut
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In southern Europe, northern Africa and Asia, growing wild and pungent plant (shrub), the botanical name is Artemisia absinthium (Wormwood engl., from which the name vermouth is derived). Main ingredient is the essential oil Thujone That causes the typical bitter taste. Which is generated from the plant spirits or liqueur way to the plant as Absinthe known. An herb Flavoring wine already presented her the Greeks and Romans. Even the Greek physician Hippocrates Known (460-377 BC) were the appetite and digestion-enhancing properties of this beverage, and he experimented with it. The Roman writer ...
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