The Negroni cocktail is made of:
2 cl gin,
2 cl vermouth Rosso,
2 cl Campari bitter.
Bluid in Mixing glass over cubed ice, 2 cl of Campari, 2 cl of Vermouth Rosso, 2 cl of Gin. Stir ingredients with ice and strain into a Cocktail glass. Garnish with a slice of orange.
It is considered an apéritif, or a pre-dinner cocktail intended to stimulate the appetite. According to the most popular origin story, the Negroni was invented in Florence, Italy in 1919, at Caffè Casoni. It was named for Count Camillo Negroni, the man who invented it by asking a bartender (Fosco Scarselli) to add gin to the Americano, his favorite drink. The word Negroni does not appear in English cocktail guides before 1947.
Alcohol by volume (ABV) = 33.1%*
* Please note: Volume and ABV values are approximations only.