The four cornerstones of mixology, aged in oak barrels, for an even more harmonious flavour profile, with a softer, more rounded alcohol kick, enhanced by the vanilla, caramel and spicy notes of wood. A mixology trend for true connoisseurs and, until recently, a select few international cocktail bars.
Key Ingredients:Negroni | Cosmopolitan | Margarita
(Tanqueray Gin | Campari | Cocchi Storico Vermouth di Torino | Angostura Aromatic Bitters; 100 ML, 23.1%)
Florence 1919, maybe 1920. In those years, Count Camillo Negroni used to be at the aristocratic Caffè Casoni. One day he wanted something a little bit stronger than his usual Americano. So he asked the barman Fosco Scarselli to add into the drink a little bit of Gin rather than soda, in memory of his recent trips to London.
(Ketel One Vodka | Cointreau | Toschi Blueberry Syrup | Organic Citric Acid; 100 ML; 22% VOL.)
The Cosmopolitan Cocktail is a modern classic. Many believe it to be created by Cheryl Cook in the 1980s. The Martini Queen of South Beach wanted to give her signature drink a twist - and a colour - that would appeal to women. Well, it worked The glamorous Cosmo found fame on Sex and the City.
(Exotico Blanco Tequila | Cointreau | Giffard Lime Syrup | Organic Citric Acid; 100ML; 27.2% VOL.)
The legends about the origin of Margarita are many and none seem more accredited than the other, but our Master Mixologist Patrick Pistolesi likes to think that the original recipe of the beloved cocktail dates back to 1938 in Mexico, Designed ad hoc in honor of the beloved Mexican dancer and showgirl Rita de la Rosa. It seems that a bartender, enraptured by the incredible and electrifying performance of Rita on stage, improvised a cocktail of tequila to capture his attention (and maybe even win his heart).
NIO Cocktails are made with the finest spirits and liqueurs, with no preservatives, additives or chemical agents.