The story of the Negroni begins at the Caffè Casoni in Florence. There’s no documented historical account, but it is believed by cocktailians that Count Camillo Negroni invented the drink when he ordered an Americano made with gin in place of the usual soda water. It was a success and not long after, the Negroni family founded the Negroni distillery, which produced a ready-to-drink version of the cocktail that they called Antico Negroni 1919.
The Negroni is a popular Italian cocktail, made of one let gin, one part vermouth rosso, and one part Campari, garnished with an orange peel. It is considered an apéritif.
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Add all ingredients to your mixing glass, or copper yari, then add ice and stir for 20 seconds. Fine strain into old fashioned glass and garnish with orange swath.
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