The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes
EnzoniBy The Cocktails Must FlowA summer Negroni variant created by Vincenzo Errico in 2001 at Match in London, England.
Old ‘GroniBy The Cocktails Must FlowA simple variant of the Negroni which switches out the London Dry Gin for Old Tom Gin.
CardinaleBy The Cocktails Must FlowCreated in the 1950s at The Excelsior Hotel , Rome, Italy, by Giovanni Raimondo. This, like the original recipe, uses Cardinale using a German Riesling Kabinett White Wine, instead of the dry vermouth that may use today (which would actually make it a Dry Negoni).
Milano TorinoBy The Cocktails Must FlowOriginating in approximately 1860 at the Gaspare Campari’s café in Milan, takes its name from the birthplaces of Campari in Milano (Milan to the English) and Vermouth di Torino in Torino (Turin to the english). It is the cocktail from which the Negroni is derived.
Dry NegroniBy The Cocktails Must FlowA variant of the Negroni, which switches out the sweet vermouth for dry vermouth.
Paris Between the WarsBy The Cocktails Must FlowAn unlikely but nicely balanced mixture of Scotch and Campari.
Aperol SpritzBy The Cocktails Must FlowA classic spritz made to a 3-2-1 ratio of prosecco, Aperol and soda water.
KlondikeBy The Cocktails Must FlowSimple, equal parts, three-ingredient cocktail which works very well. Adapted from from A. S. Crockett's 1935 The Old Waldorf-Astoria Bar Book.
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The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes