Campari and Soda · highball, ice 2 Campari fill soda – lemon twist (opt.) (original post)
We’ve discussed Campari before here, noting its unique qualities – including the fact that for most people it’s a hard one to get into. Your humble host has a solution.
Negroni · highball, ice; or cocktail, chilled 1 dry gin 1 Campari 1 sweet vermouth – orange peel (original post)
Americano · highball, ice 1½ Campari 1½ sweet vermouth fill (2-3) soda – lemon peel (original post)
Old Pal · highball, ice; or cocktail, chilled 1 Canadian rye whiskey (or bourbon) 1 Campari 1 dry vermouth – lemon twist (original post)
Boulevardier · highball, ice; or cocktail, chilled 1 bourbon or rye whiskey 1 Campari 1 sweet vermouth – orange or cherry (original post)
Negroni Sbagliato · highball, ice; or flute 1 sparkling wine (pref. prosecco) 1 Campari 1 sweet vermouth – orange peel or slice (original post)
Last week we met the famous Negroni and its ancestor, the Americano. Let’s have a look at some of the rest of the family – of drinks, that is, not the Italian nobility who lent them their name.
Sounds like a terrible movie. It’s actually a very fine set of closely-related drinks that are extremely easy to make!
Last week’s highball, the Florodora, was described as being among the most refreshing summer drinks available. The Deep Blue Punch seems to be a popular one as well, judging by the number of people reading it here. One notes that they are both on the sweet side – the latter more so than the former. This […]