Compagnia dei Caraibi, a Piedmontese company that imports and distributes premium and ultra premium spirits from all over the world, has recently made a kit available for the perfect consumption of cocktail on the go: Salvia & Limone Take Away, a new way of consumption and a series of cocktails made with its own proprietary liqueur.
Sage & Lemon Take Away
A project on which the company has been working for some time, designed to enhance and make practically usable one of its most contemporary liqueurs and that could be defined high walking mixology, the opportunity to enjoy the pleasure of an excellent cocktail in a new, dynamic, free and safe consumption occasion.
Sage & Lemon of Compagnia dei Caraibi is a contemporary, refreshing and versatile liqueur: from the fresh section it is ideal for mixology, consumed both smooth and mixed, perfect in summer, but also excellent in the colder months as a hot and digestive drink.
Precisely for its versatility, Salvia & Limone goes perfectly with a wide range of premium spirits, from agaves to gin, from rum to vermouth. Salvia & Limone Take Away will also have its own dedicated drink list, created by Emanuele Russo of the NAt of Turin.
In conjunction with the reopening of bars and restaurants, Compagnia dei Caraibi will offer all the best cocktail bars in the Peninsula the opportunity to offer fascinating and original mixes of Sage & Lemon Take Away, which can be enjoyed comfortably on the move with a closed and practical glass, during hot summer days.
The Kit is composed by biodegradable glasses and caps and from one bench blackboard, ideal for being exposed or brought to outdoor tables and easily sanitizable. A proposal that allows you to offer the pleasure of a high quality cocktail in maximum safety, in such a way innovative and eco friendly.
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