Negroni Week

The Oaxacan Negroni

A spin on the classic Italian cocktail
Oct 24, 2011 4:21 pm

This Negroni goes South of the Border by substituting mezcal for gin. Del Maguey Minero mezcal adds a mysterious smoky note to this lively libation. Read more about the history of the Negroni.

The Negroski

A spin on the classic Negroni
Oct 23, 2011 12:01 pm

The Negroni takes a spin through Eastern Europe with the Negroski. This Negroni variation uses Sobieski Vodka instead of gin. Distilled from Dankowski rye, this Polish spirit adds a vibrant note that makes this a great year-round drink. Read more about the history of the Negroni

Negroni di Fiori Recipe

A refreshing spin on the Italian Negroni
Oct 22, 2011 12:01 pm

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.

The Boulevardier

A spin on the classic Negroni
Oct 20, 2011 1:01 pm

The Negroni has a true-blue American version.  It’s called the Boulevardier and uses Wild Turkey Bourbon in place of gin.  Read more about the history of the Negroni.

El Negroni de la Hacienda

A rum-based spin on the Italian classic
Oct 19, 2011 4:31 pm
The rum juxtaposed with the Campari will transform you to tranquility

A Negroni made with rum? Hell yes. Santa Teresa 1796 is a distinguished Venezuelan sipping rum aged using the Solera method. The unique spirit transforms this Negroni into a tranquil moment to savor. Read more about the history of the Negroni.

The White Negroni

A twist on the Italian classic
Oct 19, 2011 1:01 pm

This Negroni variation substitutes Cynar for Campari and Cocchi Americano for traditional sweet vermouth. Celery bitters and a fennel garnish creates an extremely bitter contrast to the sweeter wine.

The Parisian Negroni

Cognac boosts this spin on the Italian classic
Oct 18, 2011 1:01 pm
The cognac gives this Negroni a rich, dark hugh

This twist on the Negroni swaps out the gin for Cognac. The 106-proof spirit from France ensures that its flavors come through, even when mixed in a cocktail.  Of course, the warmth of the Cognac makes this a comforting drink during the chillier months. Read more about the history of the Negroni

We're Dedicating A Week To The Negroni

You'll love Italy's mysterious cocktail. Or not.
Oct 17, 2011 11:31 am

Let’s be straight from the top. There is a good chance that the Negroni is not the drink for you. Having mixed the 90-year-old classic for many house callers over the years, on top of batching pitchers for summer barbecues and Super Bowl hoedowns, I’ve uttered the same two words over and over and over again: acquired taste. It was around...


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