When building a tropical Negroni, it’s certainly tempting to automatically turn to rum as a base, and we can say ourselves that we have enjoyed a good rum negroni on many occasions. But the spirit that got us thinking of tropicalizing our Negrone-zone in the first place is Bimini’s Coconut Gin. The gin is infused with fair trade certified extra virgin coconut oil using the fat washing method to infuse it with pure and natural coconut flavor. Playing the essential part of tropical bitter is Heirloom’s Pineapple Amaro, which effortlessly walks the tightrope between sweet and bitter - fruity and rooty. And last but never least is the vermouth. T.W. Hollister’s Oso De Oro Red Vermouth is neither sweet nor dry, and the robust profile keeps the drink balanced without feeling thin, with a tropical-botanical tightrope pulled tight enough to dance on.