How to Make a Negroni

Staff Writer
We learn the steps to this classic cocktail
How to Make a Negroni

We learn the steps to this classic cocktail

Negroni cocktail
Ali Rosen

Negroni

When making a classic cocktail, there is no room for deviation. Call it by another name if you must (frozen margarita anyone?), but if you're going to take on a classic you need to make it right.

So it is with the Negroni, a simple classic that has roared back into popularity in recent years. It's one of the easiest to make because no matter how many batches you have drunk (no judgement) the recipe is foolproof. All you need to do, no matter the size of your cocktail, is pour all three ingredients in equal parts. You don't even need to shake it — who said cocktails had to be complicated? Stick to the classics and you'll be fine.

For the full recipe, watch the video above with Please Don't Tell's Jeff Bell or follow the instructions below:

Negroni
1 ounce Campari
1 ounce gin
1 ounce sweet vermouth
 
Stir all together, serve on the rocks. Garnish with an orange twist.

 

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