The Negroni For When You're Not Negroni-ing.
Non-alcoholic with nuanced juniper, citrus, and floral notes, the St. Agrestis Phony Negroni drinks with the same bitterness drinkers of the classic cocktail expect, sans alcohol. We’ve also added carbonation to help mimic the bite that alcohol typically provides. Enjoy chilled straight from the bottle or over ice with an orange twist. Or for a bubbly, low ABV option, top with Prosecco for a Negroni Sbagliato.
"This drink is so well balanced and delicious that it bowled us over"
I've tried a LOT of n/a spirits and mocktails over the past five years or more, and most simply don't cut it. The Phony Negroni, however, is a winner. How the good folks at St Agrestis managed to create a Campari-like flavor, I don't know, but they did it and I'm incredibly grateful. The Phony Negroni works well on its own, but it's also adaptable. I sometimes add bitters for an extra kick, or a half-ounce or so of n/a gin (like ginISH). With a twist, it's really very close to the real thing. The bottles are quite stylin', although I'm glad that cans are also an option, as they're easier to transport. I wish every restaurant had this behind the bar for those times when I'm out and don't feel like drinking but crave an aperitif. A+++
I was very skeptical at first but these are a spot on negroni dupe!! I was looking for something n/a but still fun so that I wouldn't have FOMO when hanging out with my friends and these are perfect! 10/10
They are truly a negroni dupe. I'm tempted to make them for friends and see if they notice they're NA. I ordered a whole case and bought out the rest of the inventory at my local NA bevy spot. Obsessed.
I absolutely adore the flavor of the Phoney Negroni!!! Just add a fragrant piece of fresh orange rind and it tastes remarkably like a real negroni... especially when you serve it with and a big old glug of Bombay Sapphire Gin. Dry January didn't last as long as I thought! Cheers!