A range of twists on a Negroni have been added to the menu at London bar Cartizze, served on a dedicated antique drinks trolley.
The vintage brass trolley has been set up at the bar in Mayfair to exclusively serve Negronis and its variations, made to order for customers at the table.
Like the classic cocktail, it dates back to the early 20th century and is decorated in rosewood and glass and carries cut-crystal glassware, sleek cocktail shakers and a selection of spirits and garnishes.
Options include the Vintage Negroni, an exclusive and classic blend made with 1960s Carpano vermouth, Antica Formula vermouth and Martini Rosso vermouth, priced at £50.
The classic Negroni is made with Portobello Road Gin with Antica Formula and Campari, while the Cartizze Negroni also includes Aperol and Martini Rosso. They are priced at £14.
The Graponi Negroni combines Cointreau liqueur, Antica Formula, Campari, sugar syrup and clarified grapefruit juice, also at £14.
Cartizze, which specialises in Bellinis and other cocktails, in Lancashire Court is part of the same group as Mews of Mayfair and Mayfair Pizza Co, headed by James Robson.