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This Negroni variation uses sparkling prosecco as well as gin. It’s a slightly bubbly libation and perfect for Sunday brunch. A nice change from your usual mimosa. Read more about the history of the Negroni.

Recipe courtesy of Darryl Robinson, show host of Cooking Channel’s “Drink Up”

Also see: The Oaxacan Negroni, El Negroni de la Hacienda, The Negroski, The Boulevardier, The Parisian Negroni, and The White Negroni.