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Ah, the Negroni. An immortal cocktail that, when prepared well, will knock the socks off of anyone. With that in mind, make sure you wear some socks you don't mind losing when to take a sip of the Handmade Cocktail Company's Negroni, because it is, simply put, stunning. They use a meticulously calculated blend of English copper pot-still gin, sweet vermouth and the all-important bitter apéritif to create this supreme ready-to-drink cocktail.
The concept of the ‘Vintage Cocktail’ range is simple – you get all the ingredients for a superb cocktail pre-mixed, all you have to do is pour it over ice, stir and finally garnish (in this instance with a healthy slice of fresh orange). Each bottle carries a stamp showing its year of manufacture.
Nose: Rich, musty aromas of a chef’s pantry, spices and fresh herbs. Hints of berry fruits (sloes and damsons in particular) develop, with hints of dried basil and olive.
Palate: Rich cherry and rhubarb, hints of juniper, gentian, mixed spice and a little oak. Becomes quite wine-like. Oily, a little lavender appears. Hints of violet too.
Finish: Long, herbal finish. Stewed fruits, rose petal jelly and a hint of fig.
Overall: A mouth-filling, intense Negroni with some truly stupendous flavour.
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Received a bottle of the Negroni as a present this week - and wow, what a luxury! It's one of my favourite cocktails, and having it on tap (yes, a little tempting at times!) is just excellent. This tastes incredible and how nice to have a little class come sun-downer time. Well done, nice work.
29th January 2014