Negroni Week will be running from the 5th to the 11th of June! Now in its fifth year, the week-long international charity initiative will take place next week, with bars, clubs and restaurants from across Australia and the world coming together over the classic Negroni cocktail – a mix of Campari, gin and red vermouth – to raise money and awareness for great causes and charities. Yes, that’s right, charitable drinking!


Negroni Week launched in 2013 and from 2013 to 2016, Negroni Week grew from about 100 participating venues to 6,000 venues around the world, and to date, nearly $900,000 has collectively been raised for charitable causes.

Celebrate Negroni Week and enjoy this sweet & bitter aperitif with a twist at one (or all) of the following venues:

Palmer & Co will kick off Negroni week with a launch event on Monday 5th from 5.30pm. Cocktail enthusiasts are encouraged to attend and enjoy three bespoke Negroni’s as a 6-piece blues band and swing dancers wind their way through the intimate setting. Palmer & Co will also be serving their bespoke Negroni for the rest of the week: In-cider trading”, Calvados, spiced cider syrup, cinzano 1757, Campari Garnished with secret documents and dehydrated orange

J&M: On Tuesday sink into a plush leather couch at J&M and sip on a saffron and earl grey-infused Negroni while listening to the sounds of jazz and swing.

Charlie Parkers will turn back time with 50’s vinyl spinning all Wednesday night long and challenge tradition with it’s clear, distilled Negroni. For the rest of the week Charlie Parkers will also be serving up their Negroni with a twist: Campari “dust”, Clear Aperol, Dolin Blanc Vermouth, Beefeater London Dry Gin, Campari dust.

$1 from every Negroni sold at Palmer & Co, J&M and Charlie Parkers will go towards raising money for the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital LALTHAM Fund, supporting blood disease research and patient care.

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