Start the night with a bang with the intense Negroni, a martini derivative served in a crystal tumbler with a slice of orange. The Negroni was created in Florence in 1919 at Carre Casoni, for Count Camillo Negroni who asked for his favourite Americano be strengthened with gin – an orange garnish replaced the lemon garnish to differentiate it. Stock yourself up with all your vital cocktail making equipment at Kitchen Warehouse, including a fantastic range of glasses for all drink occasions.
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- 30ml Gin
- 30ml Sweet Vermouth
- 30ml Campari
- Several cubes of ice
- Orange slice
- Add ice to jug
- Measure out 30ml gin and add to jug
- Measure out 30ml of sweet vermouth and add to jug
- Measure out 30ml Campari and add to jug
- Stir with muddler spoon
- Add ice to DOF glass
Serve with a slice of orange, a swizzle stick and some smooth jazz.