UNDONE GmbH applies meticulous industrious precision to replicate essential backbar components. Anyone can put juniper in water and call it gin, but Undone has systematically approached a much broader category of classic European mixological mythologies. We've honed in on exactly what we miss most when we're choosing not to have the alcoholic classics: the bitter elements.
Their No. 9 Not Red Vermouth can fit in as readily as the real stuff does in damn near every cocktail under the sun, or be spritzed up solo with soda and a slice of orange like the classic copas of Spain. It's a fruit forward but subtly embittered splash that touches all the same notes as those dusty old bottles on the back of every bar you've ever known. But it's remarkably fresh and versatile too, and won't languish the way your cinzano's of yore might have after your one annual manhattan craving was done.
Undone says, "Strong similarities to taste and smell of Vermouth, consumption recommended from 18 years." Children avert your eyes these tastes are downright adult.
We wanted to have a zero tolerance policy for natural flavours and colours in our catalog (do not get me started though seriously), but you know what? We took a closer look what's in the cult classic Italian liqueurs this simulates, and damn. Biochemical enhancement is the pillar of Old World liquor! In fact, Undone being purely natural in its flavour and colour components kind of almost puts it ahead of what it's modelled after.
Mix with spirits to moderate the sum total ABV of your favourite cocktails, or go freestyle and build brave new worlds of bittered winey flavours with no nagging inebriation whatsoever. Undone's gone and done it.