What To Drink Now: MARTINI

This Christmas, iconic drinks brand MARTINI is celebrating the centenary of the Negroni cocktail by collaborating with British chocolatier, Paul A. Young to create a bespoke box of Negroni chocolate truffles. Beautifully packaged and delectable to taste, the truffles take inspiration from the classic cocktail recipe, developed with MARTINI’s premium Riserva Speciale vermouth range.

The MARTINI Rubino Negroni Truffle has been developed using MARTINI Riserva Speciale Rubino vermouth and is a delicious take on the classic Negroni cocktail. Delicately balanced using Brazilian dark chocolate, MARTINI Riserva Speciale Bitter and BOMBAY SAPPHIRE gin, the ganache is encased in a Madagascan chocolate shell and finished with a stunning gold and metallic scarlet decoration.

The MARTINI Ambrato Negroni Truffle is a lighter Guittard white chocolate ganache using the MARTINI Riserva Speciale Ambrato, MARTINI Riserva Speciale Bitter and BOMBAY SAPPHIRE gin. Encased in an irresistibly beautiful marble-effect blue and gold metallic chocolate shell, this chocolate is an exquisite taste for a sophisticated palate.

A modern take on the classic Christmas chocolate box, the Negroni-infused chocolate collection by MARTINI waves addio to the conventional truffle selections of Christmas past. Combining the unique flavour profiles of MARTINI Riserva Speciale Rubino and Ambrato vermouths with rich blends of chocolate, Paul A. Young has created a harmonious and rare balance that makes the ideal gift for chocolate lovers and cocktail connoisseurs alike.

Each box can be purchased with a bottle of MARTINI Riserva Speciale Rubino or Ambrato making the perfect Christmas gift for any Negroni lover.

The exquisite chocolate box will be available to buy for a limited time only from DistillersDirect.com – available for free when bought with a bottle of MARTINI Rubino or Ambrato {£15.90}

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