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Tuscany

Modern Tuscan cuisine is a real paradise for gourmets. No wonder it is said that the famous French cuisine originated in Tuscany, when Catherine de ‘Medici brought with her to France several Italian chefs and confectioners, along with recipes for sauces, olive oil, spinach and artichokes.

 

By the way, spinach in Tuscany is used in any form and for all dishes, from salads and soups to desserts. Try a spinach-based cocktail.

60 ml
Marengo Bianco
20 g
Spinach shrub
Spinach shrub
50 g
Fresh spinach
200 g
Sugar
200 ml
Filtered water
20 ml
Apple vinegar

Spinach shrub is cooked for 2 days, so keep that in mind!

 

To make spinach shrub, you need to make sugar syrup. Add sugar to the filtered water and cook on low heat until the sugar dissolves. Mix syrup, spinach and apple vinegar in a blender. Leave the mixture for 2 days in a warm place. Before preparing the cocktail, the spinach shrub must be filtered.

20 ml
Lemon fresh juice
20 ml
Roasted pineapple syrup
Spinach leaves for decoration

To prepare the cocktail you need to mix all the ingredients in a shaker, pour the cocktail into a Coupe glass filled with ice. Garnish with spinach leaves and enjoy.

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Sicilia

Sunny Sicily is famous for its gardens of Sicilian oranges. They inspired the Marengo masters to create Di Fiore Vermouth.

 

The cocktail based on Marengo Di Fiore combines the charm of the Mediterranean coast of Italy, the “pepper” of Mount Etna and the spicy citrus flavor.

80 ml
Marengo Di Fiore
20 g
Smoked Sicilian orange cordial
5 g
Cloves and pepper syrup
Cloves and pepper syrup
20 g
Cloves
30 g
Ground black pepper
600 g
Sugar
800 ml
Filtered water

To begin, prepare the syrup. Mix water with spices and cook the mixture on low heat for 5 minutes. Filter the remnants of pepper and cloves and add sugar. Continue to cook on low heat until the sugar dissolves. That’s it, syrup is ready! Let it cool and use to make a cocktail!

30 g
Burned grapefruit for decoration

Fill the wine glass with ice cubes to the top, pour all the ingredients and stir with a bar spoon.

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Calabria

Residents of Calabria adore dried figs and dates; use them to make cold drinks, jams and of course in cooking.

 

To understand the local flavors, the Calabria cocktail will take you to the atmosphere of this beautiful Italian region.

70 ml
Marengo Mojito
Figs & Dates Syrup
Figs & Dates Syrup
50 g
Dried dates
100 g
Fresh figs
300 g
Sugar
300 ml
Filtered water

Make Figs & Dates Syrup. To do this, add dates and figs to the water and cook on low heat for 5 minutes. Filter and add sugar to make a syrup. Now grind dates and figs in a blender and add the syrup in a ratio of 1:1.

20 ml
Egg white
20 ml
Lemon fresh juice
20 ml
Fig liqueur
Dates and candied fruits for decoration

Mix all the ingredients in a shaker filled with ice, pour into the Old-fashioned glass; ice from the shaker should not get into the cocktail. Garnish the cocktail with dates and candied fruits.

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Piemonte

The incredible landscapes of Piedmont may well claim the title of one of the most beautiful in Italy, as they are surrounded by the majestic mountains of the Italian Alps. Even the name of the region comes from the Italian “ai piedi dei monti”, which means “at the foot of the mountains”. 

 

In addition to incredible beauty, Piedmont competes with other regions for the championship in winemaking and is distinguished by its distinctive cuisine, especially cheese fondue.

 

We offer a Piemonte cocktail based on the classic Marengo Bianco with cheese and nut liqueur.

50 ml
Marengo Bianco
20 ml
Cheese syrup
Cheese syrup
100 g
Cheese
300 g
Sugar
300 ml
Filtered water

To make cheese syrup, you need to add sugar to the water and cook on low heat until the sugar dissolves. Then add small pieces of cheese, stirring. When the syrup is ready, let it cool.

10 ml
Nut liqueur Stir. Frangelico
15 ml
Lemon fresh juice
Gorgonzola cheese for decoration

Mix all the ingredients and pour them into an Old-fashioned glass filled with ice. Garnish the cocktail with Gorgonzola cheese. Godere!

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Apulia

Apulia is the first largest wine region in Italy. Apulia is also famous for Sicilian oranges and pomegranates, which are used to make desserts, liqueurs and sauces.

 

We offer you to try the Apulia cocktail based on Marengo Di Fiore with the taste of red orange.

100 ml
Marengo Di Fiore
100 ml
Schweppes Pomegranate
Orange and olives for decoration

The drink is prepared in a serving glass. Pour vermouth Di Fiore and Schweppes Pomegranate, mix. Garnish with orange and olive on a skewer.

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Veneto

Veneto is considered the most popular region of Italy, where the best risotto with mushrooms is prepared. This risotto is wonderfully combined with Marengo Bianco vermouth, which has a slight bitterness and full-bodied taste. You will be convinced of it at once as soon as you taste Veneto cocktail.

50 мл
Marengo Bianco
10 мл
Rice Horchata
Rice Horchata
200 g
Unpolished rice
500 g
Sugar
500 ml
Filtered water

Prepare rice horchata. To do this, fill the rice with hot water for 10 minutes. While the rice is steaming, make the syrup. Add sugar to the filtered water and cook on low heat until the sugar dissolves. Mix rice with syrup in a blender and filter.

30 ml
Mushroom cordial
10 ml
Lemon fresh juice
Caramelized bacon and truffle oil for decoration

Mix all the ingredients in a shaker, pour the cocktail into an Old-fashioned glass filled with ice. Garnish with caramelized bacon and truffle oil.

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Lombardia

Among the gastronomic delicacies of Lombardy, we can highlight Turrone that is a traditional Christmas delicacy made from a mixture of almonds, honey and egg white. Interestingly, even the ancient Romans prepared such candies, and now without them it is impossible to imagine a real Italian Christmas.

 

So, we decided to transfer the “taste of Turrone” to your glass…

50 ml
Marengo Limonoverde
10 ml
Frangelico liqueur
20 ml
Vanilla syrup
Vanilla syrup
1 стручок
ваніль
500 гр
цукор
500 мл
Filtered water

Make vanilla syrup. Add vanilla to the water and cook for 5 minutes on low heat. Filter the remnants of the vanilla pod, add sugar and cook until it dissolves. Allow the syrup to cool.

20 ml
Egg white (pasteurized)
1 drop
Angostura bitter
Cocoa powder for decoration

Mix all the ingredients in a shaker filled with ice, pour into an Old-fashioned glass; ice from the shaker should not get into the cocktail. Decorate with cocoa powder, drink and make a wish.

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Sardinia

In Italy, family traditions are highly respected, one of which is to gather as a family at a large table. Another tradition is to drink the very famous local liqueur called mirto, prepared from plums. So, we offer you a cocktail that combines the spices and colors of the Sardinia island.

100 ml
Marengo Brut
10 ml
Prugna liqueur
20 ml
Sumac Cordial
Sumac Cordial
15 g
Сhopped Sumac
500 g
Sugar
500 ml
Filtered water

To prepare Sumac Cordial you need to boil Sumac with water, filter and dissolve sugar. Then start making a cocktail.

10 ml
Black Currant liqueur
10 ml
Lemon fresh juice
Green grapes for decoration

Mix all the ingredients in a shaker, filter and pour the cocktail into a Coupe glass filled with ice. Garnish with green grapes and treat loved ones.

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Abruzzo

The air freshness of the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic coast of Abruzzo is incredible; it cannot be felt in any other region of Italy.

 

And Marengo Mojito vermouth is an indescribable pleasure of light and refreshing coolness.

70 ml
Marengo Mojito
10 ml
Marie Brizard Peach Liqueur
100 ml
Schweppes clear lemonade
Basil

Fill a tall highball glass with ice. Pour vermouth and Marie Brizard Peach liqueur; add Schweppes clear lemonade and mix. Garnish with basil and a cocktail straw.

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Liguria

Liguria is a small coastal region in northern Italy. Mild climate, lush vegetation and rocky soils give Ligurian wines a rare and unique character with citrus notes. This can be seen by trying a cocktail based on Marengo Rosso.

80 ml
Marengo Rosso
100 ml
Schweppes Pink Grapefruit
Mint
Grapefruit peel

The drink is prepared in a serving glass. Fill the glass with ice to the top, pour all the ingredients, stir with a bar spoon.

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Lazio

Lazio is not only the historical center of Italy, but also the land of lakes, thermal springs, ancient roads and green hills. 

 

It brought together all the cuisines of Europe and its cultural heritage.

 

A team of professional bartenders found something gastronomically unique – waffle cookies with anise, vanilla and lemon zest. For its baking a textural form is used to reflect the pattern in the form of a snowflake.

 

To surprise you, the Marengo team has created a cocktail based on waffle cookies.

50 ml
Marengo Semi-sweet
20 ml
Waffle syrup
Waffle syrup
100 g
Artek waffles
500 g
Sugar
500 ml
Filtered water

To make waffle syrup, you need to add sugar to the water and cook on low heat until the sugar dissolves. Mix the hot syrup with the waffles and let it cool.

10 ml
Vanilla syrup
Vanilla syrup
1 pod
Vanilla
500 g
Sugar
500 ml
Filtered water

Now make the vanilla syrup. Add vanilla to the water and cook for 5 minutes on low heat. Filter the remnants of the vanilla pod, add sugar and cook until it dissolves. Allow the syrup to cool.

20 ml
Lemon fresh juice
30 g
Coconut puree
Waffle for decoration

When the syrups have cooled, make a cocktail. Fill the shaker with ice to the top. Add all the ingredients to it, using a measuring cup, and whisk vigorously. Then drain the water from the ice and pour the cocktail into an ice-filled glass. Garnish the cocktail with waffle.

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history-background

History of Marengo

The idea of creating high-quality vermouth has emerged since the founding of the plant in 1982. That is why this figure is embossed on the symbolism of Marengo. There has been a long way from the idea to the production, so in 2001 the first bottle of Marengo was born at the Koblevo winery.

 

In 2014, we created Brut and Semi-Sweet sparkling wines, the first bottling of which took place in February 2015. For them, we used our own wines from Chardonnay, Aligoté and Riesling grapes.

The main ingredient of our vermouth is grapes, from which we produce the highest quality wine for Marengo. Our technologists have long experimented with different varieties of European grapes and different combinations of herbs and spices to get a balanced taste and aroma that you enjoy.