- 1.5 oz Campari
- 1.5 oz Cinzano 1757 Vermouth di Torino Rosso
- Orange Wedge
Stir ingredients with ice in a rocks glass.
Garnish with an orange wedge.
Named for a sports editor who would call even his slightest acquaintances “old pals”, this twist on the traditional Negroni uses rye whiskey and dry vermouth for a dry and subtly spicy take on the European classic.
The Italian translation is “mistaken”, but there’s no mistaking the enjoyment of this effervescent cocktail, originally created in error when a busy bartender poured prosecco rather than gin while preparing a Negroni.
The opportunity to meet the unrivaled flavors of Mexico. Ancho Reyes brings the crips warmth of poblano chiles to a Paloma made with Espolòn Blanco.
Recipe101 Old Fashioned Reel
The Old Fashioned is the *original cocktail*, and dates back as far as the late 1700's. In fact, it's first mention is in 1798 in the London paper "Morning Post and Gazetteer" pre-dates the use of the word "cock-tail" in 1806 in "The Balance and Columbian Repository", which defined the drink as "composed of spirits of any kind, sugar, water and bitters...". The classic has endured today because of its special ability to unlock the subtle and unique flavors of all types of spirits. The drink is delicious, easy to make, and open to adaptation, which has made it a favorite for guests and bartenders for over 200 years.
Bolstering the spice in the ginger beer is this renowned refresher, the Ancho Reyes intermingles beautifully with the ginger and effervescence in this long drink to deliver a small punch of heat and big splash of flavor.
This tropical variation unites the classic Italian flavors of the Negroni with the funky, fruity, and complex aromas of Jamaican rum.
Considered a classic for good reason, this long sipper is bitter and beautiful.
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.
TrainingEverything You Need to Know About Campari
Since its origins in the 1800s, Campari has become an icon of the Italian Aperitivo. Discover the top-secret recipe here.