Bottled Cocktails

  • TO SPY OR NOT TO SPY

    The Vesper Martini made its appearance in Casino Royale (1953), Ian Fleming’s first novel and combines, unusually, both vodka and gin. This makes the “Vesper” the historical link between the gin based Dry Martini and the Vodka Martini.

    Bartenders Touch:

    Floral and citrusy notes make for a more complex Martini Cocktail. The BelRoy’s Vesper Martini invites you on a fascinating journey of delicate flavours.

    BelRoy’s Vesper Martini Moment:

    At the blackjack table, at a garden party or just while watching your favourite movie…

     

     

    Key Facts

    • BelRoy’s London Dry Gin, BelRoy’s Vodka, Kina Vermouth
    • Ready to drink cocktail
    • Aperitivo, digestif & food pairing
    • Bottled at 26,7% ABV
    • Each bottle has a label with the batch date and is individually numbered
    • Serve cold or on ice

    Tasting notes

    • Ingredients: BelRoy’s Vodka – BelRoy’s London Dry Gin – Kina Vermouth
    • Aroma: bergamot, grapefruit, lychee, rose
    • Palate: dry; grapefruit, peppermint, elderflower, cardamom, pine

    Best ways to Celebrate your BelRoy’s Vesper Martini Moment

    Vesper Martini:

    Serve BelRoy’s Vesper Martini well chilled into a cocktail glass and garnish with a green olive.

    Spy Cooler:

    Pour 1/3 BelRoy’s Vesper Martini and 2/3 of your favourite soda* over ice and garnish with a slice of orange. * a floral type of tonic water works particularly well

  • THE ITALIAN APERITIVO

    BelRoy’s Negroni

    1919, Florence, Italy. The sporty count Camillo Negroni has the daily habit of imbibing 20 Americano cocktails. When asked by his doctor to temper his thirst, he headed for advice to his watering hole. Bartender Fosco Scarselli substituted the Americano’s club soda for gin, hoping count Negroni would drink less. However, the count was so fond of this new concoction, he ended up having 20 Negroni’s a day…

    Bartenders Touch:

    The ageing process weakens the alcohol’s dominance, creating a smoother and richer flavour profile.

    BelRoy’s Negroni Moment:

    As an aperitif, on a sunny terrace or while enjoying a crackling fireplace…

     

     

    Key Facts

    • BelRoy’s London Dry Gin,  Italian Vermouth, Bitter.
    • Ready to drink cocktail
    • Aperitivo, digestif & food pairing
    • Bottled at 20,0% ABV
    • Each bottle has a label with the batch date and is individually numbered
    • Serve cold or on ice


    Tasting notes

    • Ingredients: BelRoy’s London Dry Gin – Italian Vermouth – Bitter
    • Aroma: lime zest, Amarena cherry, pimento, cinnamon, baked­ apples, gingerbread
    • Palate: bitter; dried orange, ripe red fruits, warm­ spices, bitter ­chocolate, coffee

    Best ways to Celebrate your BelRoy’s Negroni Moment

    Negroni: Serve BelRoy’s Negroni well chilled over ice into an Old‑Fashioned glass and garnish with a slice of orange.

    Negroni & tonic: Pour 1/3 BelRoy’s Negroni and 2/3 of your favourite soda* over ice and garnish with a slice of lemon.

    * a citrusy type of tonic water works particularly well

  • DECADENCE IN A GLASS

    The El Presidente was first served in Havana in 1919, in honour of Cuban president Menocal and was one of the most popular cocktails in Cuba during Prohibition. Hence its nicknames “Aristocrat of Cocktails” and “Cuban Martini”.

    Bartenders Touch:

    Combining BelRoy’s Rum and white vermouth (instead of dry) turned this forgotten classic into a popular “bartender’s favourite”.

    BelRoy’s El Presidente Moment:

    As an aperitif, with dessert, at a party or whenever you feel in a decadent mood…

    Key Facts

    • BelRoy’s Rum, White Vermouth, Orange Curaçao, Pomegranate
    • Ready to drink cocktail
    • Aperitivo, digestif & food pairing
    • Bottled at 21,8% ABV
    • Each bottle has a label with the batch date and is individually numbered
    • Serve cold or on ice

    Tasting notes 

    • Ingredients: BelRoy’s Rum – White Vermouth – Pomegranate – Orange Curaçao
    • Aroma: ripe mango, bitter orange, marzipan, candied citrus, grapes, chocolate
    • Palate: sweet; citrus, fresh pineapple, cherry, gewürztraminer, ripe tropical fruits, vanilla, sweets

    Best ways to Celebrate your BelRoy’s El Presidente Moment

    El Presidente:

    Serve BelRoy’s El Presidente well chilled into a cocktail glass and garnish with an Amarena cherry.

    Presidents Cup:

    Pour 1/3 BelRoy’s El Presidente and 2/3 of your favourite soda* over ice and garnish with a mint sprig.

    * a floral type of tonic water works particularly well (as does regular Cola, of course)