Tag Archives: Campari

Dutch Negroni

Genever is so much fun to play with in a variety of cocktails. Many classic gin-based drinks originally contained genever, rather than the London Dry that is so ubiquitous today, so the substitution lends an added layer of complexity and … Continue reading

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Jasmine Cocktail, Part II

I’ve written previously about how much I enjoy the Jasmine, a complex cocktail with gin, Campari, Cointreau, and lemon. I’m also a big fan of the Boulevardier, a play on the Negroni that swaps out the gin for bourbon. Inspired … Continue reading

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Jasmine Cocktail

I’m a big fan of Campari, and I’m developing an appreciation for all sorts of cocktails using this delicious bitter. By ordering “something with Campari that is not a Negroni” at some of my favorite bars like 1886, Seven Grand, … Continue reading

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Blogging Through Boozehound: The Negroni

Boozehound: On the Trail of the Rare, the Obscure, and the Overrated in Spirits by Jason Wilson is one of the more enjoyable books I’ve read in a while. Wilson is the spirits writer for the Washington Post, and the … Continue reading

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