Negroni Sbagliato
Darryl Robinson, host of the Cooking Channel's "Drink Up," and Dutch Kills' Richie Boccato, served up this bubbly take on the classic Negroni at the 2011 New York Wine & Food Festival's Meatball Madness event.
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The Classic Negroni Recipe
This classic Italian cocktail, from master mixologist Jacques Bezuidenhout, has recently experienced a notable rise in popularity. Enjoy it as an apéritivo with prosciutto, roasted almonds, and a selection of cheeses.
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bacon
Negroni. Glazed. Bacon. What else do we really need to tell you? Serve this alongside your meats and cheese at a cocktail party (or better yet, sprinkle on top of a Negroni pork shoulder taco). The recipe is courtesy of Tango & Stache, a pop-up culinary experience in San Francisco.
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Chocolate Negroni
It may sound like an odd combination, but actually, the pairing of chocolate and orange (the traditional Negroni garnish) is a very strong one. This take on the classic drink combines Plymouth gin, Punt e Mes vermouth (very bold, spicy, and rich), Campari, and a whisper each of white crème de cacao and chocolate mole bitters.
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Negroni
Transform your Negroni into a tropical cocktail by exchanging the gin for rum.This recipe is courtesy of Pouring Ribbons.
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Boodles Gin
America's first mulberry gin is the best to play with the summer Negroni. This icy cold beverage is perfect for sipping while sitting next to a roaring winter fire. Or, heck, maybe you're somewhere warm and can sip on this cocktail while at the beach. 
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negroni
The fidget spinner toy has made its way to cocktails with the Fidget Negroni cocktail. Created by Cody Goldstein, The Fat Monk.
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This variation of a classic negroni is made with Boodles, a London Dry Gin that embodies British character - never showy, and very proper. It is distilled from English wheat, infused wiht botanicals (sage, rosemary and nutmeg), distilled in a rare Carter Head still in Cheshire, bottled in Essex and packaged in Scottish glass with labels made in Wales. 
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A sweet and bitter spin on the poolside cocktail. This recipe is from Thirstie, the on-demand alcohol delivery app with a twist.
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Made by Will Lazar at New York City's Parm. Watch the video of how to make it. 
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Want to spice up your popcorn? Try this Negroni-infused popcorn for a movie night in, or even a cocktail party mixer, from Perbacco in San Francisco.
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During Prohibition, Americans were flocking to Italy not just to enjoy a fabulous European getaway, but to indulge in cocktails guilt-free. During this time, thirsty Italian count Camillo Negroni asked his barkeep at Café Casoni in Florence for a stronger version of his signature drink, the Americano. Since this era’s reigning spirit was gin, his cocktail was "accidently" prepared with plenty of it. The result was the Negroni and the rest, as they say, is history. Today, this bitter aperitif, also known as "a gentleman’s drink," can still be savored at Manhattan’s gastropub Park Avenue Tavern, where the mixologists take pride in serving guests this old-school favorite
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