Odd Society – Bittersweet Vermouth

Odd Society – Bittersweet Vermouth


  • Type: Vermouth
  • Brand: Odd Society
  • Conclusion:

    A complex variety of botanicals in a unique yet traditional Vermouth recipe

Odd Society Spirits- Bittersweet Vermouth

Odd Society distillery bittersweet vermouthThe Spirit

Made traditionally using Viognier grapes and sweetened with caramelized sugar the Odd Society Bittersweet Vermouth is a cornucopia of flavour. This BC craft spirit is aromatized with a concoction of twenty-five different herbs and botanicals from around the world including citrus, rhubarb root, and bittering agents like wormwood, cinchona bark and centaury. As a tribute to local ingredients the Odd Society Bittersweet Vermouth even uses Arbutus Bark in its top secret recipe.

Tasting Notes

A complex and deep body of flavour the Odd Society Bittersweet Vermouth id a concoction of flavour including citrus and bitter flavours in a unique and complex mix.

On The Label

An old Italian recipe rediscovered and re-imagined.

Odd Society Bittersweet Vermouth is the perfect union of our commitment to ingenuity in the face of of reverence for tradition. It’s a contradictory blend that yields both the bitter and the sweet, just like a life well lived.

Based on an old Italian sweet vermouth recipe found in an antique notebook, this re-imagination combines 25 botanicals and fine BC wine fortified wit our malted barley spirit.

Our bittersweet Vermouth is unique, yet timeless, Its rich and intense flavours will add a subtle complexity to your favourite cocktails or stand along as a strong aperitif. CinCin!

Vermouth isn’t a high-proof spirit so don’t leave it on the counter for too long. Refrigerate after opening and use within 6 months. 

Odd Society distillery bittersweet vermouthLiquor Style – Craft Vermouth
ABV – 18%
Bottle Size – 375ml
Distillery Location – Vancouver BC.
Price – $27.95


  1. Byrun
    Byrun 25 January, 2015, 07:20

    Just bought a bottle of this and had a chat with the boys at the distillery about it. This first batch comes off as a light amaro with delicious chinotto notes, though the fruit itself was not actually used. I understand the next batch will be different, so amaro fans ought to seek this out quickly
    Hopefully Odd Society will keep this batch in mind as my friends and father enjoyed drinking it straight with a bit of ice and with Fever Tree Lemon Tonic.

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