VII Hills Italian Dry Gin goes back to its roots, Rome, where they are collaborating with Mr Fogg’s Gin Parlour, traveling around Europe taking over prominent bars this summer and his first stop is Rome, home of VII Hills gin.
VII Hills Italian Dry Gin goes back to its roots, Rome, where they are collaborating with Mr Fogg’s Gin Parlour to take over Aperitivo at famed Mediterranean Bistro, Baccano, on Thursday 19th April. Giovani, Bar Manager at Mr Fogg’s Gin Parlour, is traveling around Europe taking over prominent bars this summer and his first stop is Rome, home of VII Hills gin.
Made in Italy using the best local ingredients, VII Hills Italian Dry Gin is an innovative, premium juniper spirit which combines seven botanicals taken from the seven hills on which, according to legend, Ancient Rome was built. Created by Italian mixologists Filippo Previero and Danilo Tersigni, who both have many years of expertise under their belts including in several of the world’s most renowned bars, have come together to make VII Hills Gin, the perfect Italian gin for the perfect negroni.
Mr Fogg’s Gin Parlour wanted to bring a London twist to the classic Italian Aperitivo at Baccano and have based the menu on gin versions of classic cocktails, making VII Hills the perfect spirit to use. The menu comprises of 5 drinks: Cosmopolitan 1934 of VII Hills gin, homemade grenadine syrup and lemon juice; White Negroni with VII Hills gin, Italicus and Vermouth Bianco; L’aperitivo di Ada, a homage to Ada Coleman who created the iconic aperitive cocktail, Hanky Panky, in London in 1920 comprising of VII Hills gin, Vermouth and Fernet Branca; Gimlet Twist of VII Hills gin and homemade floral cordial and finally, II G&T.
Baccano Bistro is located in Via delle Muratte, between Fontana di Trevi and Via del Corso, and will be hosting Mr Fogg’s Gin Parlour and VII Hills Italian Dry Gin on Thursday 19th April at 8pm.