DISARONNO and Roberto Cavalli: An Exclusive Italian Collaboration

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Disaronno and Roberto Cavalli
Disaronno Wears Cavalli

A mashup between the beverage and fashion industries makes sense on so many levels, so it’s a no brainer with the with the recent announcement that the Italian liqueur brand Disaronno would partner with an Italian fashion icon like Roberto Cavalli in a collaboration to reimagine the Disaronno bottle. Disaronno and Roberto Cavalli will team up to release six opulent bottle designs pulled directly from the runway including Cavalli’s signature leopard prints.

The “DISARONNO wears CAVALLI” bottle as it’s been named, is inspired by the highly acclaimed Roberto Cavalli SS 2015 pre-collection. The limited edition bottle is showered in bold exotic animal prints and draped in white and gold embellishment. In addition, the collaboration will be available in 6 adorable mini bottles coordinated looks for the season. They’ll come perfectly packaged in 3 packs of minis and retail for $12.99 while the exclusive limited edition 750ml will retail for $24.99. With the holidays right around the corner, these could make great stocking stuffers for the friend who’s into either fashion, drinking, or both. Or maybe you’ll just by them for yourself…

These exclusive bottles are available now nationwide through the holiday season. To go with this release, Disaronno’s team of brand ambassadors  from the US and UK (Paul Sevigny – US and Rod Eslamieh- UK), have joined in on the fun releasing a unique twist on the famed Disaronno sour. The DISARONNO wears Cavalli Sour’ cocktail blends the sweet flavor of DISARONNO with lemon juice and simple syrup and is topped off with prosecco and several dashes of angostura bitters. Check it out and try it at home.



DISARONNO wears Cavalli Sour

  • 1 ½ oz DISARONNO
  • 1 oz Lemon Juice
  • ½ oz Simple Syrup
  • 1 ½ oz Prosecco
  • 10 dashes Angostura Bitters

In a mixing glass with ice, shake DISARONNO, lemon and simple syrup.  Strain into wine glass. Top with prosecco and stir.  Float 10 dashes of Angostura Bitters on top. Garnish with an orange slice.


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Alex is a full time sales and marketing professional in the consumer packaged goods industry with 8+ years experience in the wine and spirits industry. He is not a professional bartender, but is BarSmarts certified. When not writing for Intoxicology, Alex can be found traveling, spending time with his family, or at a local bar.

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