Legend has it that in 1919 in Florence, Italy, an Italian Count wanted something a bit stronger than his favorite, and the most popular drink of the time, the Americano. The bartender replaced the soda with gin and an icon was born. Today, it is one of the most popular cocktails in the world.
- 1 oz Campari
- 1 oz Bulldog London Dry Gin
- 1 oz 1757 Vermouth di Torino Rosso
- Orange Wedge
Stir ingredients in a rocks glass with ice.
Garnish with an orange wedge.
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