How to Make the Perfect Italian Negroni

How to Make the Perfect Italian Negroni

How many bartenders were inspired by Enzo Ferrari? Danilo Tersigni, our guest today, was the first one I’ve met. His impetus for creating VII Hills gin was for it to become the perfect Italian lifestyle brand, remembered forever in the annals of history like the famed Ferrari sports car.

He’s traveled far from tiny Sora, Italy to achieve that goal. From as far away as Australia’s Gold Coast to London’s foggy island, Danilo has stayed on Bruton Lane at Mr. Fogg’s Residence as its Opening General Manager.  Today we hear how he has also found a way to live up to his inspiration by creating the only Italian gin on the market, VII Hills Gin.

 

Where you can hear me drinking next:

Next time on the Lush Life Podcast, another gin is being represented. We speak with Jamie Campbell, Brand Ambassador for G’Vine, France’s number one premium gin. He reveals how everything he has done in the past led to this being the perfect position for him.

 

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