MARTINI & ROSSI® Ultimate Negroni
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When we launched the MARTINI & ROSSI® Riserva Speciale Rubino back in 2016, we wanted to create a new generation of Sweet Vermouth that would play an important role on the creation a perfect Negroni, the Ultimate Negroni. This version is made with 1 part on BOMBAY® London Dry Gin, 1 part of MARTINI & ROSSI® Riserva Speciale Rubino and 1 part of MARTINI & ROSSI® Bitter Liqueur. Using the Rubino provides more complexity to the classic Negroni, adding notes of Tobacco, black pepper, woody tannins balanced by red berries and herbal aromas. Perfectly paired by the Martini Master Blender and Master Herbalist, the Riserva Speciale Bitter and Riserva Speciale Rubino combine with gin to make the MARTINI Negroni cockail. The aim? To create the best-tasting Negroni in the world.
- Oxley® Gin or Bombay® Gin1oz
- MARTINI & ROSSI® Riserva Speciale Rubino1oz
- MARTINI & ROSSI® Riserva Speciale Bitter1oz
- Orange twist
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