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Pocket Negroni

Single Serve · 100ml · 21.8% ABV

Porter's Gin, Italian Bitter Aperitif, Sweet Vermouth

This bittersweet Italian classic is made of one part Porter's Gin, one part sweet vermouth and one part bitter aperitif. 

Best served ice cold, either straight from the can, or served in a rocks glass over quality ice with an orange peel garnish.

Allergens: Sulphites

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Spirits Business Master Medal Pocket Negroni

The Spirits Business Global Pre-Mixed & RTD Masters

Master 2022

IWSC 2022 - Gold 95 Points Pocket Negroni

IWSC 2022

Gold 95 Points

A subtle nose with wood aroma characteristics shining through. Herbal flavour on the palate combining with botanicals and pine characteristics, into a full-bodied palate with lingering sweetness balancing with the bitterness. A lovely bittersweet character with a good amount of gin.

Telegraph Pocket Negroni

A tiny tin, pocket-sized indeed, but one which contains a delicious ready mixed negroni, made with Porter’s gin, a bitter aperitif and sweet vermouth. Punchy at over 20% abv, it’s an intense and well-made alternative to making your own.

Cosmopolitan PN

Best Negroni

Is this not the cutest canned cocktail you’ve ever laid eyes on? There’s a good reason why it’s so dinky, and it’s not just so it fits in your pocket — at 21.8% ABV, it packs a hella punch! Made with Porter’s bitter, Campari and sweet vermouth, it tastes just like a boozy blood orange.



The post-work negroni is one of life’s great pleasures. And as cocktails go, it’s not the most complicated, with just three ingredients — but you try combining gin, vermouth and Campari in the park. This ready-to-drink can has done it for you, delivering an expertly made full-strength single-serve for on the go.


You’ll no doubt have seen this little pocket rocket clogging up your Instagram feed (or annoyingly littering your local park), and there’s a reason it’s taken us al fresco drinkers by storm. It’s dinky but full-strength (so go steady), and is made with Porter’s cold-distilled gin, Campari and vermouth — just like you’d make at home.

The Guardian

The only canned cocktail I have tried that unequivocally tastes of the drink it purports to be. Cute can, too. I commend its creators.

Tastiness: 5/5
Value for money: 5/5
Pandemic misery-busting potential: 5/5
Overall: 5/5

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