For the past few weeks, Geoffrey and I have been enjoying Campari cocktails as we pull together dinner. The Negroni and Milano-Torino cocktails have been on the PPS menu for years, but we’ll admit it took a nudge from Bon Appetit‘s Al Culliton to remind us we had both the ingredients and the will to make it happen! Take your pick, you won’t be disappointed.
Your Shopping List:
1 750-ml bottle Campari1 750-ml bottle gin (nothing fancy)1 750-ml bottle sweet vermouth (look for Carpano Antica or Cocchi di Torino if you can)Club soda or seltzer2 oranges3 lemonsIce
We’re certain you’ve heard of The Negroni. Perhaps you have a shirt (like I do) that’s says Water for Plants, Negroni for Me! A Negroni is a bit boozy, a bit bitter, and a bit sweet sweet, with a year round appeal. After a snow day or beach day, a Negroni is what you need. It’s easy to make – with equal-parts of gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth.
We’re fans of using a Mason jar but a mixing glass works too. Pour in 1 oz. each Campari, sweet vermouth, and gin. Add ice and stir for a good…Read More +