Wow, a very cool new sweet red vermouth.
Made with a base of apples, cherries, blueberries and De Chaunac and Gewürztraminer wine. The botanicals here are anise hyssop, yarrow, wormwood, and sweetgrass.
Closer in style to traditional vermouth, Whistling in the Dark is an earthy, botanical treat. Cherry-like De Chaunac and anise hyssop dominate the aroma, while wormwood leaves a light bitterness.
It's lighter than most dark vermouth, made for the European tradition of quaffing it on it's own, over ice, or with a little soda. Great in a negroni, too.