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Get Your Mystical Hands On Pre-Batch Emanuel Cafe While You Can

by Chloe Gordon on 06/01/2021 | 3 Minute Read

Talk about an enchanting Negroni. The pre-batched cocktails of Negroni, Manhattan, and Boulevardier from Emanuel Cafe can confidently stand on every wine bar shelf thanks to the label design by Lettera7. The three mystical and quirky red characters perfectly complement the shades of the spirit within and add an unexpected splash of personality, just as the fruity extension does for each drink. Get this drink while you can, though; each bottle is numbered accordingly as there is only a limited number produced. You know your bar needs a little character, and these are sure to add just that.


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This pre-batched cocktails line represents a new challenge for the fierce roster of Emanuel Cafe, a well-known American bar in the historical center of Salerno, and an interesting project for Lettera7 that conceived and designed it. This research of new alchemical formulas was a diametrically opposed work where the bartenders, usually involved in a live and face to face “performance”, made a very different kind of exploration.

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Negroni, Manhattan and Boulevardier now lie in seductive bottles characterized by three nearly mystical labels, where the information leaves space to the images. Every label represents a vision stimulated by the enjoyment of the pre-batched cocktail. Every character tells us a story inspired by fairy tales and fantastical worlds where Chimeras, demons and charming snakes live enchanted by potions prepared by chosen wizards that recall the modern alchemist bartenders.

To preserve their artisanal nature, we conceived these bottles as a limited number which can be marked on the back. The pre-batched cocktails of Emanuel Cafe can stand on every wine bar shelf thanks to the ability to communicate autonomously and exhaustively.

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