Classic Negroni


Classic Negroni

This classic Italian cocktail is the perfect sipper for a hot summer day on a patio. A little sweet, a little bitter, a little aromatic and orange, and a lot delicious.


1 cocktail

Total Time

15 minutes

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If you've had Campari and it's too bitter for you, either try substituting with Aperol, which is less bitter, less sweet, but more forward with the orange flavor. Or, top off the Negroni with club soda to your liking.


Combine gin, Campari, and vermouth in a glass with ice and stir until cold; strain over an ice-filled glass.

Garnish Negroni with an orange peel twist.

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