The Buccaneer’s Negroni

In the year 1919 in Florence, Italy Count Camillo Negroni sips on his Americano; a most popular drink of its time. He asks his bartender, Fosco Scarselli, to make it stronger. Soda water gives its place to gin and this is the birth of Negroni!

100 years later we make a twist on the classic:
We keep Martini Bitter, the bitter-sweet Italian aperitif with vanilla, citrus and herbal notes, we keep sweet vermouth, and we switch Gin with the soft Pacific rum from Guatemala with summer fruit notes, dry nuts and soft spices. Grated tonka bean on the top and a zest of lime and here is a complex rum Negroni!