Classic Negroni Cocktail

Negroni is a classic cocktail served as an aperitif, whose origins lie in Italy in the 20th century and which was created as a modification of the Americano, which was very popular at the time. 

In the meantime, the famous drink is particularly popular in a wide variety of different variations, which often differ from the three original ingredients gin, vermouth and campari.

Here I will show you the classic one, which is one of the most perfect cocktail recipes because it’s so simple: equal parts gin, Campari, and Carpano Antica vermouth, garnished with an orange slice.

A few tips on your Negronis. These are very simple, and there is really no reason to stir or shake. Just add gin, Campari, and vermouth to a glass filled with ice, garnish with an orange slice, and enjoy your evening. 

Serve in a short glass or tumbler like these below. 

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50 ml Gin
50 ml Campari
50 ml Carpano Antica vermouth
Orange slice, for garnish


Combine all ingredients in a tumbler filled with ice.

Mix with a cocktail straw until the ingredients are just combined and garnish with an orange slice.

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