A gin-less Negroni ends up being a superbly light mid-day cocktail.


  • Served in old fashioned
  • 20% ABV
  • Garnish with 0.5 orange slice


Gaspare Campari



Campari 3.0cl 1.0oz
Vermouth Red vermouth x 3.0cl 1.0oz
Soda water Splash
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  1. Build into glass filled with ice cubes.
  2. Add a splash of soda water.


The cocktail was first served in creator Gaspare Campari's bar, Caffé Campari, in the 1860s. It was originally known as the Milano-Torino because of its ingredients: Campari, the bitter liqueur, is from Milan (Milano) and Punt e Mes, the vermouth, is from Turin (Torino). It is popular belief that in the early 1900s, the Italians noticed a surge of Americans who enjoyed the cocktail. As a compliment to the Americans, the cocktail later became known as the Americano.

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