Posted: June 26, 2019

What's in a Negroni?

Tell your croneys, we're making negronis!

The Negroni is an Italian cocktail that has surged in popularity in the last few years. Named after Italian Count Camillo Negroni, who reportedly ordered the (then common) Milano-Torino which is equal parts red vermouth and campari with extra gin: 'I need more alcohol in my alcohol'. Now found at every hip bar in the US, there are many creative twists on this cocktail classic, but the original is simply this: Gin, Campari, Vermouth, soda and an orange twist. Check out these Negroni recipes and learn how to make the classic or one of our fresh takes.

Classic Negroni

1.5 oz Hardshore Original Gin
1 oz Campari
1 oz sweet vermouth

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White Negroni

1.5 oz Barr Hill Gin
0.75 oz Dolin Blanc Vermouth
.75 oz Suze (French Bitters)
Garnish Lemon

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The Montenegroni

1.5 OZ. GIN

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Pomegranate and Cucumber Negroni

1 oz Hardshore Gin
½ oz Campari
½ oz Sweet Vermouth
1 oz Pomegranate Juice

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Salted Negroni

1½ parts Boodles® Gin
¾ part sweet vermouth
¾ part bitter liqueur (ie: Campari)

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Tom Cat Negroni

1.5 oz Gin
0.75 oz Campari
0.75 oz Sweet Red Vermouth
Garnish Lemon

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