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Episode 138: Adam Ford

5 monthes ago   |   By Heritage Radio Network

Adam Ford, a lawyer by profession, is the founder of Atsby New York Vermouth and is in studio with Joe Campanale for this week's episode of In the Drink. Inspired by a vermouth he tasted in Italy, Adam relays that he then sought to create an American vermouth using local, artisanal ingredients. In the process of researching the perfect combination of botanicals for his product, he discovered the long-forgotten history of what was once America's most glamorous spirit, and so his new book, “Vermouth: The Revival of the Spirit That Created America's Cocktail Culture” was born. Ford lives in...
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