We partnered with the candy wizards at Quin on these limited-edition Negroni lollis. They're perfectly bittersweet, and a portion of each box goes to Mercy Corps.
OFFICIAL NEGRONI WEEK MERCHANDISE
Get your Official 2017 Negroni Week T-shirt! Designed by Portland artist Michelle Mark, this year's tee is super-soft and comfy, and through Negroni Week, 10% of every shirt sale will be donated to Mercy Corps. It's 100% cotton in midnight blue.
This year’s special-edition Negroni Week print was created by artist and bartender, Andrew Bohrer. The print is 8½" x 11", and through Negroni Week, $3 of each sale goes to Mercy Corps, which provides relief, aid and support to people around the world.
OTHER NEGRONI WEEK–INSPIRED PRODUCTS
Cocktail Kingdom developed this stirrer in collaboration with Gary "Gaz" Regan. It's a life-size cast of Gaz's own finger inspired from his legendary technique for stirring negronis. Proceeds will benefit WILD.
These earrings were designed especially for Negroni Week, and 20% of proceeds will go to the Susan G Komen Foundation.
Alma Chocolate is putting a delicious spin on the classic cocktail in bonbon form: a Campari caramel and white chocolate ganache that's infused with gin, vermouth and hints of candied orange peel. Proceeds benefit the Oregon Food Bank.
This limited-edition bandana is a collaboration between Letters & Liquors and Gastronomista. $2 of every sale will go to the SF-Marin Food Bank.
Get perfect ice for those Negronis from the folks at W&P Design. 15% of proceeds from their Extra Large Ice Tray will go to Water for People.
Made by Jade Fir Co in Portland, OR, 50% of the proceeds of this sterling silver necklace with a coral bead will be donated to the WILD Foundation.
Happy Hive is donating 15% of sales during Negroni Week to the WILD Foundation. This pillow is 18" x 18" and printed on both sides.
An enamel pin to celebrate your favorite cocktail! 10% of the purchase price will be donated to City Harvest.
Made by Vermont artist Robin Mix (dad to Ivy and Tess Mix), this beautiful hand-blown mixing glass is durable and designed with a spout made to fit a julep strainer. During Negroni Week, 10% of each sale will be donated to SHARE.
This apron is hand-sewn in Portland, OR. The twill straps that state the motto “Cook with Love” criss cross in the back offering no constraints on the neck. The apron can either tie in the back or front. 10% of sales will go to Water for People.
During Negorni Week, $1 of every Negroni lip balm sold will be donated to No Kid Hungry.
Sunski's Tortoise Fire Foothill sunglasses feature design cues from vintage mountaineering goggles and geometric accents. Sunskis will donate 20% of the sales of these glasses to the Surfrider Foundation during Negroni Week.
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