The Italian liqueur, DISARONNO, returns this holiday season with a unique limited edition look designed by renowned fashion house, ETRO.

Beloved by fashion enthusiasts worldwide, the iconic ETRO paisley print, for which the fashion house is best known, transforms the DISARONNO bottle, giving it a dressed up look perfect for gifting this Christmas.

Named ‘DISARONNO wears ETRO’, the design draws inspiration from the brand’s Autumn/Winter 2016 season, a continuation of the house’s signature paisley collection that it began producing in 1981. The striking bottle is draped in a stunning variation of the swirling design made up of vibrant blue, orange and gold hues.

The designer collaboration will also be available in six adorable mini bottles in coordinated looks this season. These perfectly packaged three-packs of minis are the ultimate stocking filler or collector’s item for the festive season.

After three years of success, DISARONNO’s latest interpretation of the ICON project will continue to support the charity, ‘Fashion 4 Development,’ sponsored by the United Nations. A portion of the proceeds from sales of the DISARONNO wears ETRO collection will be donated to the development of this unique project to develop the textile trade and fight poverty in Africa.

The exclusive limited edition 50cl bottle is available now in major retailers nationwide with an RRP of £15. The mini bottles are available at supermarkets nationwide, starting from £9 for a pack of three.

To celebrate this collaboration, toast the season with a DISARONNO wears ETRO sour cocktail, highlighting the liqueur’s distinguishable flavor in a blend of fresh lemon and pineapple juice – full recipe below.

DISARONNO wears ETRO Sour

2 parts DISARONNO

1 part lemon juice

1 part pineapple juice

Shake all ingredients with ice. Strain into highball glass with ice. Top with club soda. Garnish with a mint sprig.

 

Karen Sargeant

Karen Sargeant

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