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Negroni

From the book Hip Sips by
Serves 1

Introduction

Launch your very own Roman holiday with this bitter tonic. This renowned Italian aperitif will have you racing past the paparazzi on your Vespa.

Ingredients

~ Cocktail ice cubes for chilling and shaking
1 oz. gin
1 oz. Campari
1 oz. sweet vermouth
1 orange twist for garnish

Steps

  1. Fill a 5-ounce martini glass with ice and set aside to chill. Fill a tempered pint glass with ice and add the gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth. Cap the glass with a stainless-steel cocktail shaker and shake vigorously for 10 seconds. Empty the ice from the martini glass. Strain the drink into a chilled glass. Garnish with the orange twist and serve immediately.
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This content is from the book Hip Sips by Lucy Brennan.

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