“Quedar a la hora del vermut” means something like “to meet up just before lunch to have a vermouth”. It’s a long-standing tradition that is seeing resurgence in popularity. Vermouth is back!
Vermouth or Vermut (in spanish) is essentially fortified wine that is blended with aromatic herbs. It starts out as white, but then gains its more commonly known red color from the infusion of caramel, spices and herbs, one of the essential ones being wormwood. … Spanish vermouth is served neat, chilled and over ice.
Malasaña, a once seedy part of Madrid, has seen a lot of gentrification over the past few years and is now known as the heart of local hipster activity.
This is a barrio where old bars are peppered amongst shiny new places catering to the latest trends. Malasaña’s scene is retro-cool, full of those who idolize all things old and nostalgic as well as those who respect the past but are always in search of ways to reinvent it.
Our vermouth route highlights the evolution of old to new, including three stops to taste different “vermuts”. Did we say “typical Spanish”? No. We wouldn’t dare to say that to promote a new tour. Some might consider it true though… are you in?
-Available Days & Times: Monday to Sunday morning and afternoon tours. Time on request during Bars Opening Hours.
-Inform us of any food allergy or intolerance or vegan preferences or for religion.
-For large groups please enquire directly with the company and ask for a quote.
-100% tailor-made experiences for groups of leisure and business travelers.
-Casual or sport relax wear according to the season.
-Personal medication (asthma, allergy, diabetes,…).