This cocktail is bittersweet like Campari based cocktails tend to be. It’s simply a gorgeous drink.
It is Negroni Week, arranged and curated by Imbibe Magazine. And even if we are not a bar we still wanted to contribute with a blood orange Negroni.
In this classic Boulevardier cocktail we are using Naked Grouse blended malt scotch whisky as the base ingredient. And oh how well it blends with both the Campari and the sweet vermouth!
Bicycle Thief – is what Zachary Gelnaw-Rubin and Abraham Hawkins call this joint-effort creation.
A cocktail that tastes of blood orange, despite the absence of that ingredient in the drink. It’s almost magic.
The Baltasar and Blimunda is a Negroni riff with port wine and Punt E Mes in it.
We love most things bitter, so when we saw all that Campari in the Tampico cocktail we needed to try it. And it turns out Campari paired with tonic water (which is also quite bitter) and sweet Cointreau is a wonderful combination.
In this post we are also doing a carbonated cocktail, using an iSi siphon to make a classic Americano cocktail go fizzy.
This is a Jungle Bird, served in a bird.