Gin steps aside for two types of rosé in this low-ABV stunner.
The Negroni's favorite ambassador, Francesco LaFranconi, created this sweet ode to the classic Negroni.
Dublin bartender Ger Cullen brings orange marmalade and an Irish tea infusion to the classic Negroni recipe for a brunch-friendly variation.
This Negroni riff stays true to the core ingredients and ratios of the classic recipe but introduces a spiced tea infusion to the mix.
Julie Reiner created the ultimate summer sipper with this refreshing Negroni riff.
The Sbagliato (mitsaken in Italian) is said to be the result of a busy bartender mistakenly using sparkling wine instead of gin in a Negroni.
Inspired by the classic Hanky Panky and Negroni, this cocktail merges Fernet-Branca and sherry with coffee-infused Campari and gin.
This simple coffee Negroni from Vespr Coffeebar in Orlando uses cold-brew concentrate instead of gin for a little extra oomph.
The Negroni was invented circa 1919 in Florence, Italy, at Caffe Rivoire. It’s a cocktail that has made bitterness palatable for generations of drinkers.
Who doesn’t love a boozy slushy, especially one that’s inspired by the Negroni?
San Diego bartender Eric Gigers uses a simple salt solution to elevate the flavors of this 1:1:1 cocktail.
The bartenders at Whisler’s in Austin wanted to pursue a spirited path that was somewhat less traveled with this Negroni riff.
Please enjoy Negroni Week responsibly.
Negroni Week is a celebration of one of the world’s great cocktails and an effort to raise money for charitable causes around the world.
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