Take a sip! After its bar crafted the largest Negroni cocktail ever, a hotel in Bangkok can now boast a new, alcoholic Guinness World Record. According to the official Guinness adjudicator, all of the alcohol must be bottled and distributed within the next three months. The barrels of Negroni were pumped into an ice-filled acrylic container that was 1.7 meters tall and weighted roughly 400 kg on Monday, officially setting the record. The conventional 10-ounce old-fashioned glass used to serve a Negroni beverage could pour an astounding 2,130 different cocktails.

Therefore, if you enjoy the Negroni, this is a fantastic opportunity to stop by the Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok Hotel’s bar. Bangkok’s new Guinness World Record-holding cocktail broke the prior record, which contained 504 liters of Negroni, by more than 125 liters. The quantity of orange peels used as a garnish is unknown. Numerous bottles of each component were used by the mixology team at the Kimpton Maa-Lai Hotel, and they were emptied into barrels to be swirled rather than shaken before being added to the final, enormous drink. In order to shatter the record, the ambitious Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok Hotel constructed a sizable container to hold the well-known Italian cocktail and pumped almost 630 gallons into it. The Negroni, a bitter cocktail made with equal parts gin, vermouth, and Campari, is typically served with an orange peel garnish. It was first made in Italy.

The liquor cannot be discarded once the record is set, which is one condition to certify the drink as a Guinness World Record holder.

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