The Lucien Gaudin Cocktail—gin, Campari, dry vermouth and Cointreau. A fine, orangey riff on the original Negroni.
Descended from the Boulevardier, the 1795 Cocktail: rye whiskey, Campari, Aperol, Carpano Antica, Punt e Mes, and Xocolatl Mole bitters.
The Old Pal Cocktail: rye whiskey, Campari and dry vermouth.
Agavoni — the “Tequila Negroni” — tequila or mescal, sweet vermouth and Campari, with a dash of bitters.
The Amargo cocktail: tequila, Campari, lime and lemon juices.
The Crimson Slippers Cocktail taught me that rum and Campari are an astonishing, and nearly perfect, combination. Just make sure it doesn’t get too sweet.
The 1794 cocktail: rye whiskey, sweet vermouth and Campari — modernizing the Boulevardier.
The Negroni cocktail is a delight to the eye, handsome in a rocks glass, clear and red; it is “not for fence-sitters” …