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Love a Negroni? Us, too. And over the next week, you’ll have plenty of reason to partake in one (or twenty) thanks toThe Amazing Hat Trick Negroni Tour in Charleston.

Local distiller of Hat Trick Gin, High Wire Distilling Co., is hosting The Amazing Hat Trick Negroni Tour in celebration of the negroni — traditionally, Gin, Campari, and Vermouth. From June 5 through the 11th, we will be featuring our own riff on the negroni, The Madam Rosita, one of 20 negronis in Charleston from participating bars. Gain stamps from 10 of the 20 spots, and you’ll be eligible for a prize that’s yet to be revealed, but sure to be enjoyed. Pick up your tour map at The Gin Joint, sip on your Madam Rosita, and earn your first stamp.

The Madam Rosita [Hat Trick Gin, Via Bittersweet Vermouth, Campari, Rose Wine]

The Amazing Hat Trick Negroni Tour runs June 5-11.

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Negroni Week starts Monday, June 6! Negroni Week, presented by Imbibe Magazine and Campari, is a celebration of one of the world’s great cocktails — Gin, Campari and Vermouth— and an effort to raise money for charitable causes around the world. For each Negroni ordered at a participating bar or restaurant, a portion of proceeds go to a charitable organization.

This year, The Gin Joint has joined in Negroni Week! $2 of any of the five Negronis on the menu, ordered from June 6-12, will go to The Giving Kitchen, a nonprofit supporting our food & beverage neighbors in Atlanta, Georgia.

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NEGRONI WEEK MENU
Negroni [Beefeater Gin, Carparno Antica, Campari]
White Negroni [Big Gin, Lilet Blanc, Suze, Orange Bitters]
Cynar Negroni [Boodles Gin, Cynar 70, Carpano Antica]
Negroni Noir [Botanist Gin, Amaro Lucano, East India Solera]

About The Giving Kitchen:
The intent of The Giving Kitchen is to be the beyond-expectation resource at times of unanticipated crisis for anyone employed in the Atlanta, Georgia restaurant community. Peace of mind that we are a stronger, beloved community is the outcome we hope to create. Read the story of our friend, Atlanta Chef Ryan Hidinger: http://thegivingkitchen.org/our-story

Come, drink for the cause!

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