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Regal Rogue Bold Red

Regal Rogue Bold Red is one of the world’s first dry Red vermouths, led by aromatic spice and rich dried fruit. It marries a deep, rich naturally spiced Barossa Valley Shiraz with Hunter Valley Semillon and native pepper berry. Bold Red has wattleseed and native thyme and some cinnamon, clove, star anise, nutmeg, ginger, bitter orange, dried fig and dried cherry. Regal Rogue follows a natural production process with no wood interaction and finishes semi-dry with a lingering after-taste.

Appearance: Light mahogany
Sugar: 80gms per liter/ semi-dry

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These lead native Australian aromatics form the unique spice and dried fruit notes to the Regal Rogue Bold Red.

Rogue Tipples

Regal Rogue works best as the base ingredient (a wine based alternative to Gin) in a 3-step serve with a mixer, seasonal fruit and herb or spice. Alternatively, it’s perfect for making vermouth-led ‘Reverse classic’ cocktails where you use Regal Rogue as the leading ingredient, instead of the spirit, for a more rounded less punchy classic cocktail.

Regal Rogue Bold Red - The Rogroni
The Rogroni

The Rogroni is a Negroni twist using Aperol with equal measures Regal Rogue Bold Red, gin and Aperol and a large orange slice.

Regal Rogue Bold Red - 3-Step Aperitif
3-step Aperitif

50ml Regal Rogue Bold Red, Fever-Tree ginger beer, fresh orange and ginger slice, served long over ice in a highball.

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