We’re Extremely Picky When It Comes To Drinks! Well, This Cocktail Holds A Lot Secrets Itself! Read Out To Know All Of Them!
Welcome 2023! It’s New Year and it’s finally the time for all things sparkly, celebratory and of course, boozy.Welcome 2023! It’s New Year and it’s finally the time for all things sparkly, celebratory and of course, boozy. Whether you’re planning to go dancing with your squad for the night, or wanting to stay in instead to catch all the cheesy web series specials, we have the perfect drink for you. You can enjoy a New Year’s cocktail for a pregame or a chilled-out hang: the choice is yours! Craft it and create your own DIY confetti poppers, and start planning the best New Year’s.
The Negroni is a classic Italian aperitif whose popularity has surged in recent years as the UK continues to discover more about Italy’s drinking culture. Bittersweet, dry and a distinct red and orange coloured cocktail, the Negroni is here to stay. It is bitter but the vermouth and orange garnish add enough fruity sweetness to balance it out. The gin is present too so there’s a classic juniper tang, notes of lemon and coriander seed which makes it more intriguing. It’s the perfect pre- dinner drink, and it’s ready in just 5 minutes!
- 1 ounce Campari
- 1 ounce Gin
- 1 ounce sweet vermouth
- 1 strip of orange peel
- Ice cubes
- Cocktail Shaker/ Glass Jar
How To Make?
- To start, fill a cocktail shaker or tall glass jar halfway full with ice.
- Next, add the Campari, gin, and sweet vermouth and give it a gentle stir until it’s cold.
- Put a large format ice cube (or 2-3 regular-sized ice cubes) into a rocks glass.
- Strain it into a rocks glass with a large ice cube, and add the orange peel for garnish.
- If you like the orange flavor, you can give the orange peel a twist over the glass for more orange flavor.
Tips And Tricks –
Don’t skip the orange peel garnish as it adds complexity to the drink. Before every sip, you’ll experience the wonderful smell of bitter orange, which really enhances to the cocktail. To make it, simply slice a piece of orange peel with a vegetable peeler.