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The classic Negroni is an iconic Italian aperitif. This Negroni cocktail recipe balances the bitterness of Campari with sweet vermouth and gin that’s served over ice with an orange peel garnish. Shortrocks glasses work well for this cocktail and if you have anextra-large ice cube tray, this is the time to use it! The classic Negroni is served cold and typically stirred rather than shaken.
Notes: The Negroni is best served before or after dinner, not with Thanksgiving dinner. Use a small paring knife or a vegetable peeler to make an orange peel. Because the Negroni cocktail recipe is easy to master—3 ingredients in equal parts plus an orange peel—it’s a great beverage to feature at a self-service bar.