You Can Order Canned Cocktails from One of New York's Best Bars

Cheers to shippable spritzes.

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September 18, 2020

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Though there’s nothing like settling into a seat at your favorite bar for a well-made cocktail, one beloved New York City bar is bringing its drinks to fans, through a new line of canned cocktails.

Caffe Dante, a 105-year-old Greenwich Village destination renowned for its Negronis, has partnered with F!ve Drinks Co. to can cocktails in 4-pack batches for shipment all over the country, starting this week.

The series kicks off with the Summer Spritz, a crisp gin-based cocktail with elderflower, cucumber, lemon and grape juice, at 12.5% ABV.

Next up are a play on an Americano, which is meant to have notes of rhubarb and warming spices, with citrus and vanilla. The final announced drink is a classic Gin and Tonic, with floral botanicals and notes of lemongrass, rose and orange waters.

For those in New York City, the cans are available at area liquor stores, or go old-school and order the bar’s original array of bottled Negroni Sessions for pick-up or delivery.

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