Bitter and dry, but very tasty. This no namby-pamby drink is traditionally assembled and mixed directly in the glass. There is something about a Negroni
A classic negroni with a splash of blood orange juice.
Served up, heavy on the gin and light on vermouth.
Dutch Count Negroni
Genever's flavoursome character adds malty notes.
Rum matched with a bittersweet liqueur and sweet vermouth.
A smoky mezcal influenced Negroni.
The Munich Negroni Western Style
Nutty riff on a Negroni with a bittersweet hazelnut finish.
A Negroni variation lengthened with sparkling wine.
A Negroni twist made with Campari, dry gin, vermouth and amaro.
Orange, Campari and vermouth combine in this Negroni riff.
A fruity adaptation.
Rhubarb Lucca Negroni
A rhubarb-influenced riff on the classic.
Bittersweet and faintly smoky.
Sicilian Negroni Cocktail
Blood orange juice replaces sweet vermouth in this fruity variation.
Wayne Collins, this drink's creator, originally used equal parts as is usual for a classic Negroni and after trying various other formulations we've found