A Spanish-inspired Negroni Fountain that’s going on tour to celebrate the launch of a new orange flavoured gin will be popping up in Manchester later this month.

Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla, a new premium gin, has partnered with Drake & Morgan to launch the UK’s first functioning Negroni Fountain. It will launch in London in July then move to the newly opened The Anthologist in St Peter’s Square, Manchester.

The eye-catching fountain is inspired by the old traditional drinking fountains found in cities across Spain and has been opulently decorated with typical Spanish azulejos tiles, adorned with a vibrant pattern of the famous Seville oranges.

It will be surrounded by a mini orange grove bursting with leafy green foliage, orange blossom and zestful citrus fruits – the perfect picture opportunity for anyone wanting to be transported to southern Spain.

A Rosy Negroni cocktail made from Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla gin, Belsazar rosé vermouth and Campariwill flow directly from the fountain, offering guests an irresistible summery twist on the classic Negroni blend.

Launched earlier this year, Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla is a unique and sophisticated gin, inspired by founder Charles Tanqueray’s use of the world famous oranges in his original 1830s recipes.

Harnessing the flavour of bittersweet Seville oranges, the gin offers a sweet profile, with notes of tangerine and coriander, the perfect ingredient for a twist on the classic Negroni recipe.

From 30th July – 12th August, the water feature with a difference will reside at The Anthologist, a chic new bar and restaurant with a beautiful external planted terrace offering all-year round alfresco drinking and dining. Perfect for basking in the sun with a delicious Rosy Negroni from the Tanqueray Fountain.

The Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla Rosy Negroni is also available in 22 Drake & Morgan sites across the UK

The Anthologist, St Peter’s Square, M2 3AE.

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