The story dates back to an 1870 stockbroker, caught up in a debate with a few colleagues at Bottega Carpano, ordered a vermouth laced with half a dose of Quina Liqueur using a Piedmont dialect expression: “Punt e Mes” (roughly translatable as “one and a half”).
Punt e Mes has a golden, orange colour with topaz tones and aromas reminiscent of herbs, with hints of quina, toffee and cloves. Pleasantly soft in taste, marked by captivating accents of zesty orange.
World’s Best Semi-Sweet 2017 The World Vermouth Awards
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