Caesars Entertainment created what it’s calling the “world’s largest barrel-aged Negroni” last Thursday and once it’s aged, guests can drink it up and down the Strip. Mixologists Eddie Perales, Francesco Lafranconi and “The Modern Mixologist” Tony Abou-Ganim put together the concoction that contains 96 bottles of Campari, 96 bottles of Bulldog Gin and 96 bottles of Cinzano 1757 aged in a 53-gallon Wild Turkey barrel.
You can see it at Le Central at Paris Las Vegas until June 1, when it will be cracked open and distributed in smaller barrels to bars.
Then from June 1-7, guests can drink the Negronis for $7 each, with $1 going to Three Square Food Bank.
Participating outlets include: Voodoo Steak, iBar and Martorano’s at the Rio; Signature Bar, Piano Bar, Carnaval Court and Bill’s Bar at Harrah’s Las Vegas; TAG Sports Bar, Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, O’Sheas, 3535 and Catalyst Bar at The Linq; Lobby Bar and Rao’s at Caesars Palace; Center Cut at Flamingo Las Vegas; Sully’s and BLT Steak at Bally’s Las Vegas; Le Central and Gustav’s at Paris Las Vegas; and Heart Bar at Planet Hollywood Resort.