- Lowball glass
- 50 ml gin
- 50 ml sweet vermouth
- 50 ml Campari
- orange twist (to garnish)
Is a Negroni an aperitif?
Yes, it was created to be a sweet aperitif.
What is an aperitif?
The word Aperitif was originally used by the French to refer to an alcoholic drink to be consumed before dinner. Some popular examples of an aperitif are; the French Martini, Dubonnet, Vesper Martini, Aperol Spritz or the Cardinale cocktail.
Is a Negroni a digestif?
A digestif is a post-dinner drink, this is a bitter aperitif to be served before the meal. A French Connection cocktail is a known digestif we have a recipe for.
Is a Negroni sweet?
No, almost the opposite – this is a strong, bitter-tasting drink.
What are the best gin cocktails?
If you like a gin cocktail we also have a roundup of the 10 best gin cocktails – it’s not official, but we think you’ll find the list quite inspiring!