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The Negroni was invented circa 1919 in Florence, Italy, at Caffe Rivoire. It’s a cocktail that has made bitterness palatable for generations of drinkers.
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Italy’s classic heads for some Caribbean sun in this variation From Joaquín Simó that swaps in a fruity Jamaican rum.
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The ultimate aperitif.
Charred orange lends a new layer of complexity to this updated Sbagliato.
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The classic cocktail goes toddy-style.
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Dry vermouth defines this elegant riff.
The Sbagliato is said to be the result of a busy bartender mistakenly using sparkling wine instead of gin in a Negroni.
Sloe gin replaces sweet vermouth in this simple Negroni riff.
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The Red Light Negroni is a cheeky homage to the Red-light District in Amsterdam, the birthplace over 350 years ago, of Bols Genever.