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At one of my favorite restaurants the other night and ordered a martini, specifying Bluecoat and Dolin, 3:1, one olive but not dirty. They were out of Dolin dry and subbed Dolin blanc. Yuck. Tas...
Kedem's sweet vermouth, while servicable is definately lacking. I know that Martini makes a kosher version that is sold in Israel. Does anyone have any idea how to get it in the US?
And if I haven't and they've been sitiing out for 2 months do I need to throw them both away?
What do you like to use it for? I find that it's more bitter than I'd like to enjoy in, say, a Manhattan, although I'm guessing it was never intended to be a direct replacement for sweet vermouth.
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