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Some charms strike harder than the others.

CAMPARI OLD PAL

USA, around 1922. This is the Stars and Stripes version of the Negroni. It uses the characteristic American spirit – rye whiskey- instead of gin and became famous in the 50s. It is both strong and fascinating, like its most famous admirers, the male stars of Hollywood of the time.

 

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July:  Sputnik

 

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Don’t just ask for the moon.

CAMPARI SPUTNIK

Montecarlo, 1957. Created by the head barman of a famous hotel, it was made to mark the visit of a Russian diplomat, using vodka to celebrate the start of the famous Soviet space programme.

 

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June: The Boulevardier

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Penny Dreadful: Demimonde is a spellbinding puzzle and collectible card game for the living and the undead. Explore Victorian London with your favorite characters from Penny Dreadful on your phone or mobile tablet. This unique puzzle and collectible card game will allow you to:

  • Explore: Complete puzzles and quests from each episode of the show.
  • Collect: Assemble your own team of “dreadful” characters, Tarot cards, and artifacts
  • Compete: Battle other players’ teams on different battlefields

Additionally, our friends at Midverse Studios who are making the game are welcoming beta players to test out the game before anyone else. If you wish to sign up, just visit their website. They would also be giving away a Reeve Carney signed poster to one lucky beta user!

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Penny Dreadful: Demimonde will be available via the App Store and on Android devices through Google Play. The game will also be released at a later date on Facebook and will also be available on Amazon Kindle.

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Eva comes at #2 at 8:53 mark.

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Creativity can’t be prohibited.

CAMPARI THE BOULEVARDIER

Paris, 1927. After leaving the USA due to Prohibition, the legendary bartender Harry McElhone used its most contested spirit – bourbon – to create this drink. It is said that it is named after the first of its many fans, the editor of the magazine The Boulevardier.

 

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May: Americano

 

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