Drink your way to sustainability with discarded vermouth! Made from the discarded fruit of coffee production. Perfect for any bartender, home-bartender or cocktail enthusiast who enjoys a spot of sustainable drinking

Recently I was gifted a bottle of Discarded Cascara Vermouth. As you may already know. Here at Easysipping, we are very much focused on sustainable drinking. Therefore, discarded is a brand we were more then happy to receive a bottle from.

#gifted

So I figured, whats the best way to show you this sustainable product? I could review it? Easy, it’s delicious. Review over.

How about instead I show you four cocktail recipes you can make with Discarded vermouth from your bar or the comfort of your own home. Sent to me and recommended by the folks over at Discarded spirits.

Discarded vermouth bottle for sustainable drinking photo.

What is Discarded Vermouth?

Cascara is a fruit, inside that fruit are coffee beans. Throughout coffee production these beans are harvested to create that delicious hot beverage known as coffee that gives us a reason to get out of bed every morning.

However, The fruit part is not needed. As a result, its discarded. Discarded Spirits co have taken this discarded coffee production bi-product and used it to create a delicious sweet vermouth!

Sustainable Drinking

I always jabber on about what to change in your bartending and home-bartending to be more sustainable and how sustainable drinking is the way forward; Growing your own produce, using edible garnishes etc…

You can read more about sustainable drinking and bartending in my article here.

One of the easiest ways to be more sustainable is by simply choosing a sustainable product. Discarded is that product.

“What others have wasted, we have welcomed and made our distinguishing feature”

You can read all about Discarded vermouth and how they are on a mission to get rid of disposablity on their official website found here

Discarded Cocktail Recipes

Now on to the fun part. Mixing up Discarded vermouth in some delicious cocktails…

DnT

A low ABV complex twist on the classic gin and tonic…

Ingredients

  • 50 ml Discarded Cascara Vermouth
  • 150 ml Tonic Water

Instructions

  • Add the Discarded to a glass with ice, add tonic, a squeeze of orange and garnish with the orange zest.

Reclaimed Cobbler

Long sweet, citrusy and fruity, with a bitter vermouth base.

Ingredients

  • 50 ml Discarded Vermouth
  • 3 wedges Discarded citrus fruit
  • 3 tsp Discarded berries

Instructions

  • Add all ingredients to shaker, muddle and
    shake with crushed ice. Place everything
    into glass, top with fresh ice and garnish.

Discardier

A hard-hitting twist on a classic with a smoky and bitter finish.

Ingredients

  • 35 ml Discarded Cascara Vermouth
  • 35 ml Monkey Shoulder
  • 35 ml Campari
  • 1 zest Orange

Instructions

  • Add all the ingredients to a glass with ice and stir. Garnish with a orange peel

D.Bronx

Orange and juniper flavoured forward. Well balanced and the perfect pairing for dining in.

Ingredients

  • 45 ml Discarded Cascara Vermouth
  • 45 ml Hendrick’s Gin
  • 30 ml Orange juice
  • 2 Dash Orange bitters
  • 1 Cocktail Cherry

Instructions

  • Add the Discarded, gin, orange juice and orange bitters to a boston shaker with ice and shake. Pour into glass and add a cocktail cherry to garnish.

Where can I get a bottle?

I’m glad you asked! You can pick up a bottle of discarded red vermouth here or by clicking the link below for free delivery and all your sustainable drinking, bartending and home-bartending needs.

Disclaimer:

The product links on this page are affiliate links in partnerships with amazon affiliates. As an amazon associate I earn a small commission if you buy a product through one of my affiliate links. This is at no extra cost to yourself!


1 Comment

Tamiflu · July 29, 2020 at 10:10 am

In fact, the challenge to produce more sustainable drinks is certainly leading to a flourish of creativity; from climate positive spirits that claim to put back more than they take, to those making use of discarded foods such as breakfast cereals, and by-products of the cheese-making process.

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