Cocktails: Pisco Negroni

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Rompe Mar Pisco Negroni cocktail with lemon garnish in a dark background


The Negroni is a classic cocktail that needs no introduction. Its perfect blend of sweet and bitter flavours, with gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth, has been a fan favourite for years. However, have you ever tried a Negroni made with pisco instead of gin? Our Pisco Negroni offers a delightful twist on the classic cocktail, and we are excited to share it with you.

Our Pisco Negroni is expertly crafted using Rompe Mar pisco, Campari, and red vermouth. The result is a perfectly balanced cocktail with a unique flavour profile. The subtle fruitiness of the pisco blends harmoniously with the bitter Campari and sweet vermouth, resulting in a truly delightful experience for your taste buds.

The origins of the Pisco Negroni may be unclear, but it is believed to have originated in Peru or Chile, where pisco is the national spirit. Pisco has a rich history in South America, with the first distilleries dating back to the 16th century when Spanish settlers began producing the spirit in the region.

Meanwhile, the Negroni was first created in Italy in the early 20th century. Its popularity quickly spread across Europe and eventually to the United States, where it became a staple in cocktail bars across the country.


The Pisco Negroni perfectly exemplifies how classic cocktails can be reinvented and personalised to suit individual tastes. At Rompe Mar, we take pride in offering this unique twist on a beloved classic. We invite you to try it for yourself. Whether you are a Negroni connoisseur or just looking for a new cocktail to try, our Pisco Negroni is sure to please. So join us to experience this delicious and refreshing cocktail.



30 ml of Rompe Mar Pisco

30 ml of Campari

30 ml of red vermouth

An orange slice

A large ice cube



Add the pisco, Campari, and vermouth to a mixing glass filled with ice, and stir until well-chilled. Pour through a strainer into an Old-Fashioned glass over the ice cube. Garnish with the orange slice.