Your Fridge Just Got a Boozy Upgrade.
At St. Agrestis, we are Negroni obsessed. That's why in 2020 we released our adored St. Agrestis Negroni in it's newest format, the 1.75L Negroni Fountain. Each fountain is packed with 20 3oz. bar quality Negroni cocktails that stay fresh in your fridge for 4 months after opening.
Our St. Agrestis Negroni Fountain is a combination of St. Agrestis Inferno Bitter, house-made Torino style vermouth and Greenhook Ginsmiths American Dry Gin. Together, our Negroni makes for a perfectly balanced, bitter, boozy and refreshing cocktail that fits right next to your water dispenser in your fridge.
Best served over ice with an orange twist, the St. Agrestis Negroni drinks with the same bitterness drinkers of the cocktail expect, but with more layered herbaceousness and freshness. Or for a bubbly, lower ABV option, top with Prosecco for a Negroni Sbagliato.
"I celebrate and curse the day St. Agrestis put cocktails in a box."
I can't rave about these negroni boxes enough! As a last minute xmas gift in 2020, I picked one up for my dad. He loved it so much, he's gotten to expect one up every time we visit. We oblige him, and obviously get one for ourselves.
We bought one of these a few years ago as a holiday novelty (who doesn't chuckle a little bit about a Negroni fountain!). I was immediately impressed with the quality of the beverage. It's perfectly balanced and you can taste St. Agrestis shining through. We've purchased several since that time! Be careful! There's something very tempting about "on demand" Negoronis that taste like this.
Took one of these on a camping trip where it seemed to magically never end! Had a blast serving friends all day, definitely getting more for camping trip treats!
Elegantly packaged, wonderfully balanced. Just love it.
This is a terrific version of my favorite cocktail. The box doesn't indicate the serving size. Since I had also ordered six individual St. Agrestis Negronis, I used an empty glass bottle to measure the servings. That resulted in getting 17 drinks from the Fountain. So, either the individual glass product is over-generous, or the Fountain is under-generous. My suggestion would be to indicate on the box what the suggested serving is (in ounces), and to make sure that matches what is in the Fountain.