christmas negroni

Hazelnut Negroni

My seasonal twist on the Negroni. Traditional it consists of equal measures of Campari, Red vermouth and gin. I actually came upon this version during lockdown one evening when I felt like a Negroni and had run out of gin, due to limiting shopping trips i thought I'd add a splash of Frangelico. It was heavenly. It is strange that this drink conjures tastes of chocolate orange to me even though it doesn't contain chocolate whatsoever. I believe it comes from the butter hazelnut flavours imparted by Frangelico. Frangelico is a hazelnut liquor from Italy that has a warm buttery hazelnut flavour. I think of it as Nutella in liquor form. It works so well in desserts or stirred through a hot chocolate for a cosy nightcap.

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christmas negroni

Yields1 Serving

 25 ml Campari
 25 ml Red vermouth
 25 ml Frangelico
 Ice
 orange slice, to garnish

1

Pour the Campari, red vermouth, and Frangelico over ice in a tumbler. Stir and garnish with a slice of orange.

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Ingredients

 25 ml Campari
 25 ml Red vermouth
 25 ml Frangelico
 Ice
 orange slice, to garnish

Directions

1

Pour the Campari, red vermouth, and Frangelico over ice in a tumbler. Stir and garnish with a slice of orange.

Hazelnut Negroni

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