DISARONNO Wears Roberto Cavalli

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Exciting news! Today marks the launch of a highly anticipated collab—renowned Italian liqueur brand, DISARONNO has partnered with fashion house, Roberto Cavalli to create a limited-edition version of its iconic bottle just in time (actually, wonderfully early) for the upcoming holiday season.

Inspired by Roberto Cavalli’s Spring/Summer 2015 pre-collection, the fabulous (and fierce!) bottle is decked out in bold exotic animal prints and draped in white and gold embellishment. It’s also offered in three-packs of six mini bottles in coordinated looks for the season. How’s that for a perfect stocking stuffer?

This is the third time that DISARONNO has partnered with a fashion label for its ICON project (they have previously worked with Moschino and Versace). Continuing their longtime support of the charity ‘Fashion 4 Development’, sponsored by the United Nations, DISARONNO will donate part of the proceeds from their collection with Roberto Cavalli to the development of this unique project in Africa.

To celebrate the collab between the two mega brands, DISARONNO US Director of Brand Ambassadors, Paul Sevigny and DISARONNO UK Brand Ambassador, Rod Eslamieh, have paired up to craft a flavorful drink called “DISARONNO wears Cavalli Sour”. Here, they share the recipe on how to easily make your own:

5DISARONNO wears Cavalli Sour

1 1/2 oz DISARONNO

1 oz Lemon Juice

1/2 oz Simple Syrup

1 1/2 oz Prosecco

10 dashes Angostura Bitters

In a mixing glass with ice, shake DISARONNO, lemon and simple syrup. Strain into wine glass. Top with prosecco and stir. Float 10 dashes of Angostura Bitters on top. Garnish with an orange slice. Cheers!

The bottles are now available nationwide at fine spirits retailers (Full size 750 mL, $27.99, three-pack of six 50 mL mini bottles, $12.99).


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