negroni

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ne·gro·ni

 (nə-grō′nē)
n. pl. ne·gro·nis
A cocktail made of gin, sweet vermouth, and bitters, often garnished with a lemon or orange peel.

[Probably named after its inventor, possibly Count Camillo Negroni (1868-1934), Italian gambler and bon vivant who is said to have invented the cocktail in Florence in 1919.]

negroni

(nɪˈɡrəʊnɪ)
n
(Cookery) a cocktail containing vermouth, gin, and Campari
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Cicchetti Night, a weekly happy-hour event, will feature Italian-inspired bar snacks (bites for $4 to $5) from chef Rocky Maselli, aperol spritzes, negronis and the spirit of the weekend.
I can teach you to make a Negroni, but I can't teach you to be passionate about making Negronis.
Entering the bar, guests find to their right a rick house--a space where cocktails like Negronis and Manhattans can be barrel-aged--and to their left an ingredients room, where bartenders can mix syrups and infuse spirits.
The revival of classic cocktails such as Manhattans, Martinis, Mules and Negronis, will be tweaked with new twists on ingredients.
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Cicchetti Night, a new weekly stand-up, after-work, happy-hour event, will feature Italian-inspired bar snacks (bites for $4 to $5) from chef Rocky Maselli, aperol spritzes, negronis and the spirit of the weekend.
THANKS TO THE CONTINUED INTEREST IN CLASSIC COCKTAILS, many consumers have embraced the spirit-heavy sips of yesteryear, from Manhattans and Sidecars to Old Fashioneds and Negronis.
The crimson aperitif Campari has come in and out of fashion as an ingredient numerous times in the past 60 years, whether in Negronis, Americanos or simple Campari and Sodas.
The guests at the 92-seat, Roman-inspired trattoria who gravitate towards the best-selling Negronis and Aperol Spritzes in the summer tend to become partial to the Boulevardier ($12) as the thermometer dips, Johnson says.
At Amor y Amargo, "We sell a ton of Manhattans and Negronis," Teague says.