>In unrelated news

>I’m back from the conference and have since learned:

There are thee types of Vermouth:
Dry vermouth is white, usually 18 percent alcohol (36 proof) and contains at most 5 percent residual sugar. It’s drunk as an apéritif and is a vital part of the dry Martini.
Sweet vermouth is white (bianco) or red (rosso) and is usually 15-16 percent alcohol (30-32 proof) with up to 15 percent sugar. It is also used as an apéritif as well as in slightly sweet cocktails such as the Manhattan.
Half-sweet vermouth.

Yes, the conference left much to be desired.
Yes, it’s possible for me to have one martini in an evening… A beer chaser (or two) never hurts.

Q: What’s your favorite quote? I’m in need of inspiration.


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