When you think of vermouth, you probably think of a bottle of bitter fortified wine, lingering for years at the back of your drinks cabinet to be used only occasionally in Martinis or Manhattans. Well, think again. Here in Spain, we drink vermouth neat. If that sounds unpleasant to you, don’t worry: Spanish vermouth is a world away from what you’re used to. On our Devour food tours, it’s not uncommon for guests to start off deeply skeptical about trying vermút but they often end up saying it was their favorite drink of the tour! Here’s your guide to Spain’s favorite aperitif.