Glowing red, the Negroni manages to be both sophisticated and simple at the same time and is definitely for a grown-up palate - for many it's simply too
Like the Pippin No. 1, don't let modern bartending convention misguide you into stirring this delightful bittersweet aperitivo, please shake it to wake
Rum, lemon, bitter liqueur and basil combine brilliantly with champagne adding biscuity complexity, crispness and enlivening effervescence.
A fabulous brunch cocktail. How you squeeze (and blend) your oranges is key to achieving the fluffy orange juice that makes this drink special. At New
A bittersweet Frozen Margarita. While you're at it, double the recipe and make two!
A Negroni riff created in October 2021 by yours truly at the Clocktower in Rye, England.
Basically a Spritzer with a generous splash of Italian red bitter liqueur - dry and very refreshing. The perfect aperitivo.
A Negroni lengthened with sparkling wine. Every Negroni drinker should try this variation
This Negroni-style cocktail is a riff on the Old Pal with bianco vermouth, which has a more mellowing effect on the whiskey than the dry vermouth traditionally
Blended Irish whiskey replaces richer bourbon in this mellow yet dry riff on the classic Boulevardier.
Lighter in colour and more mellow in flavour than a classic Negroni with sloe gin adding richness and subtle berry flavours.
A classic Negroni turned festive with added Christmassy flavours. A proper Christmas cracker!
Think Negroni but with citrus freshness and grape fruitiness.
This vintage aperitivo is lightly bitter and wonderfully complex with distinctive Ferro China, vermouth and Demerara rum favours.
Tart, dry and lightly bitter, but with just enough underlying sweetness to stroke the palate and make another sip so very desirable – a complex, bittersweet
As the name suggests this is a punchy cocktail – spirituous and bittersweet with a long bitter finish. Far from being a crowd-pleaser.
Four different, orange-flavoured ingredients combine in this complex bittersweet citrusy cocktail.
A amaro riff on the Negroni.
Boozy and bittersweet but with a balance that makes another sip compelling.
As Dale DeGroff, this cocktail's creator, says, it's a Negroni softened by fresh orange juice and a splash of triple sec.
Fresh blood orange with a subtle gin backbone, bittersweet herbal notes and vermouth complexity.
Passion fruit syrup is powerful stuff and its fruity richness greatly enhances and balances this bittersweet cocktail.
A Negroni-style cocktail served up. Heavy on the gin and relatively light on bitter liqueur and vermouth. It's a formula that works but like us, you may
Basically a Negroni with bourbon replacing gin. The original 1927 recipe calls for equal parts, but I've previously favoured a 3:2:2 (45ml bourbon, 30ml
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