How to: make the perfect Negroni

Invented in Florence by a young Count who wanted to amp up his favourite drink; made famous by Orson Welles; and now found with variations including the ubiquitous sbagliato, the Negroni is a classic for a reason.

The refreshing and bitter Negroni is formed from a simple recipe.Today, we're heading over to the bar to learn how to perfect this longstanding classic with Bar Manager Diego Lenzoni. 

Traditionally made with equal parts gin, Campari, and sweet Vermouth, we craft the classic cocktail using Bombay gin and Cocchi Vermouth. 

Stirred, never shaken, and served classically, the three ingredients are poured over ice and garnished with a slice of fresh orange. For somethng a bit different, try a white, or orange Negroni, made with varying types of Cocchi Vermouth.

As the ultimate apéritif, the Negroni is perfect alongside a small bite or two. 

Grab a seat at the Cocchi Provisions Late counter and discover your new favourite. 

 

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