3⁄4 oz Gin
3⁄4 oz Campari
1⁄2 oz Tawny port
1⁄2 oz Coffee liqueur
Instructions

Stir, strain into old fashioned glass with a large cube or sphere. Garnish with an expressed orange swath.

Notes

Brands weren't specified, but I like this with a strong, juniper forward London Dry style gin (I usually use Junipero) and the drier St. George NOLA coffee liqueur. I sometimes also swap out the tawny port for the port-like Dubonnet or a sweeter sherry like East India.

Cocktail summary
Created by
David Molyneux, The Everleigh, Fitzroy, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Year
2018
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authentic recipe
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  • Probably a 3.5, good negroni variation. made with Mr. Black, which was good, I would have caution with the coffee liqueur if you were using something sweeter.
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