Four Pillars is celebrating Negroni Week and 100 years of the Negroni by bottling the cocktail in a limited edition range, using its different gins for each variety.

The bottled Negronis will be available in four flavours – Woodland (based on Rare Dry Gin), Coastal (based on Underground Sydney Gin), Metropolitan (based on Spiced Negroni Gin) and Desert (based on Bloody Shiraz Gin) – and are representative of different ecosystems in Australia, created by Four Pillars creative director of drinks James Irvine.

Negroni Week runs from 24-30 June and Four Pillars bottled Negronis will be available at four pop-ups around the country to enjoy over the bar, as well as takeaway four-packs. The venues include:

  • VIC: Garden State Hotel, Flinders Lane

  • NSW: The Dolphin Hotel, Crown Street, Surry Hills

  • QLD: Cru Bar + Cellar, James Street, Fortitude Valley

  • WA: Tiny’s, QV1 Plaza, Perth

During Negroni Week, one dollar from every Negroni and Negroni four-pack sold at the Four Pillars distillery and from the Four Pillars website will go to OzHarvest. Partnering venues will be supporting charities of their choice.

The Four Pillars single 200mL Negroni has an RRP $28.00 and the four-pack is avaialble for RRP $100.00.

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