InterContinental Hotels & Resorts has collaborated with Campari across South East Asia to launch a series of Sala Spiritello pop up as well as a brand new InterContinental Negroni.
A series of Sala Spiritello pop up will be launched at eight hotels in across Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam. Local and hotel guests can immerse in the Milanese culture and rituals of aperitivo and digestivo through a series of masterclasses and suite experiences.
In Singapore, the pop up will come to life at InterContinental Singapore from 11 to 31 December 2020 at The Lobby Lounge, with masterclass sessions and drinks menu crafted by Campari including the Sala Spiritello edition of the classic negroni paired with a snack menu curated by the hotel’s chefs. Cocktails are priced from S$16++.
|Sala Spiritello Cocktail||Ingredients||Taste Profile|
|Campari Seltz||Campari and Soda||Light & Refreshing|
|Negroni Shagliato||Campari, 1757 Cinzano Vermouth Di Torino Rosso, Cinzano Prosecco||Light & Refreshing|
|Pina Shakerato||Campari, Fresh Pineapple Juice, Coconut Oil||Bitter, Fruity and Refreshing|
|Cidino||Campari, Cynar, Fresh Pink Grapefruit Juice, Premium Tonic Water||Light & Refreshing|
|Aero 2.0||Apero, Averna, Wild Turkey Bourbon 101||Sweet, Citrus, Bitter|
|The InterContinental Negroni – Sala Spiritello||Campari, Cinzano Vermouth Bianco Infused Green Jasmine Tea , Cinzano Vermouth Rosso Infused Coffee Bean (local coffee, preferably light and floral), Bulldog Gin and Olive Brine||Bitter, Sweet, Floral, Coffee, Hint of Salty, Citrus|
Campari’s Regional Brand Ambassador for South East Asia Symphony Loo created the InterContinental Negroni exclusively for participating hotels and resorts in the region.
My inspiration stems from the go-to gifts such as locally-sourced coffee beans, tea and chocolate that we bring home to friends and families when travelling within South East Asia. Taste profile of the drink includes floral notes, coffee, hint of saltiness and citrusSymphony Loo, Campari’s Regional Brand Ambassador for South East Asia