This popular Italian cocktail is often consumed as an apéritif.
Consisting of equal parts gin, vermouth and bitters, this classic serve is traditionally garnished with an orange peel. While its origins are unknown, it’s often reported that the drink was first mixed in Florence, Italy in 1919, when legend has it a nobleman named Count Camillo Negroni asked for his favourite cocktail (the Americano) to be strengthened by replacing the soda water with gin.
- 25ml Gin
- 25ml Italian aperitif bitters
- 25ml Sweet Vermouth
- Citrus for garnish (orange/lemon/grapefuit)
- Combine all ingredients over ice in a rocks glass and stir.
- Garnish with citrus peel.
Alcohol content: 17g per serve