Negroni, the italian cocktail

Drink
1 servings
Very Easy
3 min

Discover our Negroni recipe, the perfect aperitif cocktail, inspired by the timeless charm of Italy! Negroni was born in Florence in 1919 and takes its name from its creator, Count Camillo Negroni. Tired of always drinking the same Americano, Count Negroni decided to add gin, thus giving birth to one of the most consumed Italian cocktails in the world (along with the spritz). This timeless classic is simple to prepare and incredibly tasty. Mix gin, red vermouth and Campari, then garnish with an orange slice for an elegant finishing touch. Follow our easy steps and enjoy this homemade cocktail that's sure to be a hit at your next aperitif. Cheers ! *Consume with moderation.


Ingredients

1

Materials

  • 1 low tumbler glass
  • 1 bar spoon

Preparation


  • Negroni, the Italian cocktail - Preparation step 1Fill a glass 3/4 full with ice cubes.
  • Negroni, the Italian cocktail - Preparation step 2Add the Campari, the vermouth and then the gin. Mix well.
  • Negroni, the Italian cocktail - Preparation step 3Decorate the cocktail with half a slice of orange and serve. Your Negroni is ready!
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Observations

How do I make Negroni if ​​I don't have a measuring spoon?
The Negroni is a very easy cocktail to prepare. Simply follow the rule of 3 equal parts to obtain a perfect cocktail: 1/3 gin, 1/3 vermouth and 1/3 bitter. You can also use a shooter glass.

Which gin to use to prepare Negroni?
A Dry Gin will be perfect to prepare the Negroni!

Which vermouth to use for Negroni?
You can choose according to your taste: we used a classic Martini Rosso.

What is the alcohol by volume of a Negroni?
The alcohol by volume of Negroni varies depending on the ingredients used, but it is between 23° and 28°.

Which glass to use for Negroni?
The Negroni is served in a low tumbler glass, the tumbler is a flat-bottomed glass with an average capacity of 25 cl, ideal for serving cocktails!

When to drink Negroni?
The Negroni is considered a pre-dinner cocktail (aperitif), but it can also be served after dinner or during the meal, always consume with moderation of course!



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