Stir with ice and strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with an orange twist.

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Posted by ddh on 6/26/2013
Created by
Joseph Boley, Red House, Paris
Is an
authentic recipe

Gary Regan's The Negroni, via Cocktail Virgin/Slut blog:

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  • Very good. Like others have said it's a boulevardier w/fernet, which, sounds good to me. And is.
  • Didn't have Punt e Mas, so used Cocci, which made it basically a 2:1 boulevardier with bitters and some Fernet. Still good though. Really liked it with chocolate bitters — ★★★★
  • Great series of different tastes come through on the long finish. Small volume but maybe that fits this type of drink. — ★★★★
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It's delicious, but I want more! Maybe bump to 1.5 bourbon and .75 Punt and Campari. Fernet could probably handle another bsp with those quantities.