About the Recipe
The Negroni is a classic cocktail made with gin, sweet vermouth, and Campari. It is a strong and bitter cocktail that originated in Italy in the early 20th century. The drink is typically served in a rocks glass and garnished with an orange peel. The Negroni is known for its balance of sweet and bitter flavors, with the gin providing the base, the sweet vermouth adding sweetness, and the Campari adding a bitter edge. It's a popular choice among gin enthusiasts, and it's often associated with the image of sophistication and elegance. The Negroni can be customized with the addition of different types of gin or sweet vermouth, or by adjusting the ratios of the ingredients to suit your taste.
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Wheelers Gin (1 oz)
Sweet Vermouth (1 oz)
Campari (1 oz)
Orange Peel (garnish)
Fill a mixing glass or shaker with ice
Add the gin, sweet vermouth, and Campari
Stir or shake until well chilled
Strain the mixture into a rocks glass filled with ice
Garnish with an orange peel
Enjoy your Negroni cocktail!
You can also make a "Negroni Sbagliato" using Prosecco instead of gin, or a "white negroni" using Suze instead of Campari and Dolin Blanc Vermouth instead of the sweet red one.