A classic zingy Negroni cocktail recipe to make at home
It is believed that the Negroni cocktail was James Bond’s cocktail of choice when he didn’t fancy a Martini, and that when Orson Wells tried his first on in the 1940’s he said “the bitters are great for your liver but the gin is bad for you, so the balance each other.” There also seems to be a hotly contested history to the Negroni cocktail which you can read more about here.
However, whatever its history, the Negroni cocktail is considered a classic on many a cocktail menu across London, including Drake and Morgan where we were shown how to make it.
Negroni cocktail ingredients:
- 25ml Tanqueray gin
- 25ml Campari
- 25ml The Collector Vermouth
- Orange peel for garnish
- Ice (cubed)
How to make your own Negroni cocktail:
Fill a short glass with ice and then pour in the three spirits and stir with a bar spoon (or straw if you don’t have one, although I would highly recommend this gorgeous bar spoon and jigger set from Oliver Bonas).
Then just garnish with some orange peel, running the peel around the edge of the glass to give a citrus twang when you first put the glass to your lips.
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