Vermouth "Cin&Cin" Lemon Cini, 1 L
Reviews of purchase "Cin&Cin" Lemon Cini, 1 L
The color of vermouth is transparent.
The taste of vermouth is delicate and sweet, in it the tones of lemon are intertwined with the nuances of wormwood, cloves and vanilla.
The aroma of vermouth is filled with shades of lemon, herbs and sweet spices.
Vermouth goes well with tonic, soda, it can be served as an aperitif and used to make cocktails.
The line of vermouth "Cin & Cin" is made in Poland at the plant Ambra SA under license Sektkellerei Schloss Wachenheim. The basis of the drinks line are Italian wines, complemented by botanical components - berries, spices and herbs. Chin & Chin vermouths are a successful combination of price and quality that made them popular beyond the borders of Poland.
"Cin & Cin" Lemon Cini - a refreshing lemon vermouth with a rich bouquet. It consists of natural lemon juice, tincture of wormwood and cloves, as well as vanilla. Serve vermouth "Chin & Chin" Lemon Chini as an aperitif, or as part of a cocktail.
The brand "Cin & Cin" belongs to the corporation "Zekklelerraj Schloss Wachenheim" . The company was founded by brothers Ludwig and Friedrich Bomami in 1888 under the name "Deutsche Schaumweinfabrik in Wachenheim". 4 years later, in 1892, the company was publicly registered, so it is one of the oldest producers of traditional sparkling wines in Germany and one of the oldest public companies in Germany.
The year 1996 was very important for the producer - the merger of Sektkellerei Schloss Wachenheim and Trierer Sektkellerei Faber GmbH & Co occurred, which made it possible to increase production capacity and produce about 232 million bottles of wine per year.
If at the beginning the company "Sektkellerei Schloss Wachenheim" was located only in Germany, then over time the production expanded and divisions were opened in France and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe (the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania). Corporations own such brands as "Feist", "Faber", "Light Live", "Nymphenburg Sekt", "Schloss Wachenheim", "Schwansee" and others. In France, they produce wines of the trademarks "Muscador", "Charles Volner" and "Opéra", and in Eastern Europe - "Dorato" and "Cin & Cin".