Tony Conigliaro to Launch Woltz’s Rose Petal Vodka

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Tony Conigliaro, 69 Colebrook Row owner and archetypal crazy flavour scientist, is to launch his first spirit brand this Summer.

BarLifeUK News - Tony Conigliaro to Launch Woltz’s Rose Petal VodkaProduced on site at Conigliaro’s ‘Drink Factory’ lab in East London, vacuum stills are used to extract the essence from dried pink rose petal and combine it with neutral grain spirit. This pressure-based distillation process is employed due to its ability to preserve delicate flavours sometimes lost during more traditional, heat-based processes. 

Conigliaro has been producing flavoured vodkas in this way for use in his bars for many years, however Woltz’s Rose Petal Vodka is the first to be released as a brand and made available to the trade, and consumers. 

From the press release:

“Distilling dried pink rose petals with a neutral grain vodka, Woltz’s Rose Petal Vodka boasts soft floral aromas with a clean dry rose taste and peppery finish. It is incredibly smooth on the palate and can be enjoyed neat on the rocks or in a variety of cocktails such as the Coral Rose Fizz, an elegant and aromatic twist on the champagne cocktail.”

Coral Rose Fizz
15ml Woltz’s Rose Petal Vodka
3 Dashes Peychaud Bitters
1 White sugar cube
Topped with 100ml Champagne
Dash the Peychaud Bitters onto the sugar cube and add to a champagne flute. Add Woltz’s Rose Petal Vodka and top with champagne

Woltz’s Rose Petal Vodka was created in collaboration with Tony’s brother and business partner, Simon Conigliaro, and Cask Liquid Marketing owners Stuart Ekins, and Richard Herbert. Cask will also be distributing the product. 

For more information, click here to email Richard Herbert. 

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