A Belgian Distilled Aperitif

Made out of 3 main ingredients we distilled from scratch: Gin, sweet vermouth and an Italian inspired bittersweet liquor. It is obtained from the infusion of a wide selection of aromatic plants, herbs and fruits, carefully selected with the focus on sustainable raw materials.

A typical distinctive nose of bittersweet orange with subtle notes of Calamus Root and Quassia Wood. The 4 week minimum barrel ageing process enhances the flavors enourmously and has a more pleasant, less alcoholic taste. Preferably served on the Rocks, straight from the bottle into a tumbler glass with a zest of orange peel to finish off. Recognized by its vibrant, yet deep and darkened red color.

A Belgian Distilled Aperitif

Made out of 3 main ingredients we distilled from scratch: Gin, sweet vermouth and an Italian inspired bittersweet liquor. It is obtained from the infusion of a wide selection of aromatic plants, herbs and fruits, carefully selected with the focus on sustainable raw materials.

A typical distinctive nose of bittersweet orange with subtle notes of Calamus Root and Quassia Wood. The 4 week minimum barrel ageing process enhances the flavors enourmously and has a more pleasant, less alcoholic taste. Preferably served on the Rocks, straight from the bottle into a tumbler glass with a zest of orange peel to finish off. Recognized by its vibrant, yet deep and darkened red color.

The Story – The Myth

As the story goes, earl Camillo Negroni asked his bartender in Florence (Italy) to make him a cocktail stronger than his usual American. It’s said to be 1919. The bartender replaced soda with Gin and the now famous Negroni cocktail was born.

It was made by mixing 1/3 equal parts gin, vermouth and bitters. After years of mixing, tasting and experimenting, we distilled a classic Negroni from scratch, based on the 1919 basics.

Count Negroni Portrait Co Robert Hess
The Story – The Myth

As the story goes, earl Camillo Negroni asked his bartender in Florence (Italy) to make him a cocktail stronger than his usual American. It’s said to be 1919. The bartender replaced soda with Gin and the now famous Negroni cocktail was born.

It was made by mixing 1/3 equal parts gin, vermouth and bitters. After years of mixing, tasting and experimenting, we distilled a classic Negroni from scratch, based on the 1919 basics.

Count Negroni Portrait Co Robert Hess

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