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It was 1919, and Count Camillo Negroni decided his favourite cocktail the Americano needed a little something extra.He swapped out the soda water for gin and thus the Negroni was born. This classic aperitif may look like a sweet, Italian orange treat, but like a gate-crashing pack of weasels - it's crafty, a little bitter and full of surprises.
The Manhattan is the Midnight Cowboy of cocktails (minus poor Dustin Hoffman kicking the bucket in the back of a Greyhound). Start with a big pour of American Malt - that's the country boy trying to make his way in the Big Apple. Throw in some fruity, slightly bitter locals, stir and serve. “I'm drinkin' here!”
It's the simple things that make life worth living. If there's a missing shaker of salt it will be found with a sip and a savour of this classic cocktail. Sichuan pepper and saline dreams are at the tip of the tongue…feel free to just waste away.
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"I mix it with tonic water and lime juice and have it with ice. It is a sophisticated taste and I appreciate that it has no alcohol."
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"Awesome products! So good to have a non-alcoholic alternative that doesn’t taste like lolly water. The Negroni is deliciously bitter."
"American Malt taste almost as good as Jack Daniels. I've tried some other brands - not even close. Just bought a case."