Celebrate Negroni Week With These 5 Variations

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​Classic Negroni

​The Italian cocktail is made using one part gin, one part Campari and one part red vermouth.

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​Rosita

​This variation uses Campari as the common factor but replaces gin with tequila and uses both sweet and dry vermouth with a dash of Angostura bitters.

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​Negroski

​The Russian cousin of Negroni, Negroski uses vodka instead of gin. The other components and measurements remain the same as the classic cocktail.

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​Negroni Sbagliato

​Sbagliato means mistaken. In Negroni Sbagliato's case, the mistake was the use of Prosecco, the Italian sparkling wine, instead of gin that made this a delicious cocktail.

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​White Negroni

​As the name suggests, this does not have the red hue from the Campari. White Negroni uses one and a half parts gin, one part Lillet Blanc, a French wine-based liqueur and half part of Suze, a French bitter liqueur.

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