Stir, strain, up, twist.


Name aside, this struck me as sufficiently different from a Negroni to merit its own entry.

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Created by
Jim Romdall, Vessel, Seattle, WA.
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authentic recipe
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  • Gran Classico hell yeah — ★★★★★
  • Even sweeter than a normal Negro. Also doesn't feel *that* different than just a Negroni. The Gran Classico is a great sub for Campari but make this with London Dry. — ★★★
  • Made over ice, rocks glass, bitter, sweet, spicy... Makes an outstanding fancy negroni variation — ★★★★★
  • a new favorite. Replaced Gran Classico with Avion d'Or, from the same producer — ★★★★★
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