This Negroni takes classic ingredients and melds them with contemporary tastes. Filtered coffee not only brings out underlying warmer notes, but also adds boldness to the deeply complex cocktail.
- 1 oz Bulldog London Dry Gin
- 1 oz Campari
- 1 oz 1757 Vermouth di Torino Rosso
- 1 tablespoon freshly ground coffee beans
- Orange Peel
- Couple of coffee beans
Stir gin, Campari, and vermouth with plenty of ice.
Pour through a coffee filter with a tablespoon of freshly ground coffee beans into a rocks glass containing a large ice cube.
Garnish with an orange peel and a couple of whole coffee beans.
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