Athens

1850

Crafted using wine from the Attica
area infused with
Greek herbs,
rose petals and citrus
fruits for a truly
Greek
flavor.

The first Greek vermouth is
created by Ioannis Voucher by
appointment of the philhellene
king Otto

Athenians kept Otto’s
vermouth in their
cellar
and enjoyed it fresh,
cool and straight as an
aperitif.

Under the sun of course

Athens

1960

The enfant gaté of Athens
mingle with the
international jet set,
spending their
nights
until the first light of
sun.

Athens takes
the path of a
cosmopolitan
European city.

Τhe drink at the
time was of course
Vermouth,
enjoyed in a highball
glass with
ice & soda.

Under the sun of course

Athens

2017

Today Athens
has become the
favorite destination of
the neo-bohemian
creative
crowd.

Down town boasts
boutique hotels, new
age bars, underground
speakeasies, sophisticated
drinking places and
life on
the streets

never seems to stop.

The creativity of new age
bartenders, the demand for
authentic drinks
with a strong past bring Athens
Vermouth back in the
spotlight!

Under the sun of course

Description:

Vermouth, slightly bitter with fresh rose petal, citric and vanilla tones(17% abv)

Mouth:

Balanced sweetness, slight bitter aftertaste, rose, lemon and orange freshness

Nose:

Rose petal, vanilla, oregano, fresh lemon notes

Colour:

Crimson, light burgundy

A few steps away from Otto’s house,
on the upper floor of a neoclassical building under the buzz of a one of the top 50 bars of the world, a passionate team revived the great times of Athens Vermouth and crafted the first bottle
of Otto’s Athens Vermouth.

High quality Greek wine infused with rose petals, wormwood, citrus fruit, olive leaves and herbs grown under the sun of Athens such as oregano and angelica, creating a uniquely Greek flavor.

Enjoy in a tall glass with ice and tonic water
or soda.


Under the sun, of course.

Rose petals

Wormwood

Oregano

Olive leaves

Citrus

Kumquat

Otto's Tonic

  • Otto’s 70ml
  • Tonic 100ml
  • Orange peel
Method: add 70ml of Otto’s in a highball glass with ice and top up with tonic water. Garnish with a lemon or orange peel (alternatively serve with soda).
Glass: highball

Americano

  • Otto’s 30ml
  • Campari 20ml
  • Soda water
  • Orange oils
    Orange zest
Method: add all the ingredients into a collins glass, stir with ice, top up with soda water (80-100ml) and garnish with orange zest.
Glass: collins

Athenian Spritz

  • Otto’s 70ml
  • Tonic water 70ml
  • Prosecco 70ml
Method: build all the ingredients into a ballon glass, stir with ice, then orange wedge and lemon zest.
Glass: ballon

Otto's Negroni

  • Otto’s 40ml
  • Gin 15ml
  • Campari 10ml
  • Orange zest
Method: add Otto’s, Gin and Campari in a mixing glass with ice, stir all the ingredients and serve in an old fashioned glass with ice. Top up with soda and garnish with orange zest.
Glass: old fashioned

Otto's Martinez

  • Otto’s 50ml
  • Gin 30ml
  • Maraschino liquer 5ml
  • Grapefruit bitters 1 dash

    Method: add all the ingredients in a mixing glass with ice, stir all the ingredients and strain in a martini glass without ice.
    Glass: martini

Otto's Sparkler

  • Otto’s 40ml
  • Skinos 15ml
  • Campari 10ml
  • Tonic
  • Lemon zest

    Method: put all the ingredients into a highball glass, stir with ice, top up with tonic (80-100 ml) and garnish with lemon zest.
    Glass: highball

Heritage

  • Otto’s 50ml
  • Tia Maria 10ml
  • Orange zest

    Method: build all the ingredients into a coupe glass, stir with ice and garnish with lemon zest.
    Glass: coupe

Godmother

  • Otto’s 50ml
  • Disarono 15ml
  • Scotch whisky 10ml

    Method: build all the ingredients into an old fashioned glass, stir with ice and garnish with lemon zest.
    Glass: old fashioned

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