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Oh, very nice. I like it. Actually, the B&B wiki didn't make a representation of the date either (the period was clear from stylistic choices in the advertisement and "sending your boy to camp" and "necessary on the Front" clearly dated it in WWI or WWII). I should've found a better source, but it's been kinda busy at work. Sorry for being gruff in reverting your edit there...people around the office have been a bit gruff in general this past couple of weeks, and I'd figured a subpar source was better than no source.
I would like to talk to you about the Negroni Cocktail wikipage. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can check out my bio at wikipage: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Héctor_Andrés_Negroni
My problem is that I do not agree with the theory of the invention of the Negroni Cocktail listed in the Negroni Cocktail page. The theory is based on a marketing book by a bartender who claimas that a certain "Count Csmillo Negroni" invented this cocktail. In our Negroni Family genealogy going back to the 11the century there is no one by that name.
In the interest of fairness, the invention of the Negroni Cocktail should also include the following:
"There is an alternative story regarding the origin of the Negroni Cocktail but certain ignorant individuals refute to accept it and still cling to the "legend of Camillo. In the genealogy of the Negroni family going back to the 11th century there is no one by the name of Camillo Negroni. This Camillo may be a legend or the invention of someone that has a private agenda to promote this legend. It is impossible to prove that someone did not exist but those who claim the existence of Camillo Negroni should provide at least a birth certificate and not just a book by a bartender. The true inventor of the Negroni Cocktail is General Pascal Olivier de Negroni, Count de Negroni (Born: Castle of San Colombano, Rogliano, Corsica, 4 April 1829-Died: Alencon, Orne, France, 22 October 1913). The newspaper article, “Corse Matin, dated the 2nd of February 1980 Sunday Edition mentions this invention by Pascal Olivier de Negroni. Pascal Olivier invented the drink in Saint Louis de Senegal (a French Colony at the time) as a present to his bride and a digestive aid for himself where he was married and lived from 1855 to 1865. He married in 6 May 1857 in Saint Louise de Senegal to Blanche Elisa Gerard Fontallard (Paris 6 March 1834-Paris 23 April 1879). She was the daughter of Henry Alexandre Gerard Fontallard, a famous painter, and Adelaide Elisabeth Hellant. Later the Negroni drink was adopted by the “Cercle Militaire” (Officers Club), in Paris."
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