Order bespoke bottled cocktails from your favourite bars with a little help from Campari

Order bespoke bottled cocktails from your favourite bars with a little help from Campari

With our neighbourhood watering holes just beginning to reopen, it’s still not as easy as it was to stop in for a cheeky post-work cocktail. Bookings must be made well in advance and the casual activity of meeting up for drinks just isn’t quite the same (yet). If you’ve been missing knocking back your signature sip from your most-loved drinkery, then we’ve got some good news for you! Whether you favour negronis, old fashioneds or salt-rimmed margaritas, these bad boys and more can now be ordered from the comfort of your home with help from Campari’s Shaken Not Broken initiative.

Launched in May to help the struggling hospo industry, Campari’s Shaken Not Broken initiative linked up local bars and online ordering platform HungryHungry to help quench the thirst of homebound folk across Australia. The initiative, which is part of a larger comprehensive industry response package provided by Campari, was supported through the donation of negroni and bourbon cocktail kits that were delivered to venues nation-wide.

So how does it work? All you have to do is jump onto the Shaken Not Broken websitewhere you can search to find your nearest (and most dearest) bar or venue and place an order. You can then either choose to get your favoured tipple delivered straight to your door or you can make tracks to your local bar to pick up your order. The cocktails will be served in glass bottles for easy transportation, with personalised swing tags attached. Some of the Brisbane venues involved in the initiative include Beccofino, Death and Taxes, Alba Bar & Deli, Julius Pizzeria, Electric Avenue, Canvas, Cobbler, The End, Mama Taco and Ehden Bar & Kitchen.

To peep the full list of Shaken Not Broken participating venues and to make an order, head here.

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