AFTERPAY now available
A full century ago, an Italian Count by the name of Camillo Negroni stepped into his favorite café and pleaded for something stronger than his typical Americano—a concoction of Campari, sweet vermouth, and soda water. (He was likely ordering it by its original name, the Milano-Torino, or Mi-To, but it was rebranded for the American ex-pats who came to love it during Prohibition.) His friend and bartender Fosco Scarselli substituted gin for soda, added an orange garnish, and the Negroni was born.⠀
- Esquire ⠀
Limited Edition Prints unframed, delivery in mailing tube
Archival, soft textured surface museum quality paper 315gsm
60x60cm, 80x80cm including 3cm white border
Limited Edition Prints Framed, have a 2cm white border, behind Acrylic, and are ready to hang.
Each order is printed on demand and hand signed & numbered individually. If you have any special requests pls send us an email and we will do our best to accommodate.
Free Shipping in Australia