Summer Negroni
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Summer Negroni
Cocktail recipe

Rating

4.33 / 5
The Summer Negroni is a refreshing twist on the classic Negroni cocktail, trading the traditional ingredients for a lighter, more summery profile. This variant uses Gin, Lillet Blanc, and Aperol ... more The Summer Negroni is a refreshing twist on the classic Negroni cocktail, trading the traditional ingredients for a lighter, more summery profile. This variant uses Gin, Lillet Blanc, and Aperol in equal measures to create a harmonious blend of botanical, sweet, and bitter flavors. The Lillet Blanc offers a smoother, less bitter vermouth option, while Aperol provides a gentle bitterness with its bright orange notes, making the drink less intense than the classic version. Typically served in a lowball glass, the Summer Negroni is garnished with lemon wedges, which add a zesty, citrusy aroma and a hint of tartness that complements the drink's sunny disposition, making it an ideal choice for warm weather sipping or as an aperitif.

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Gin
Garnish
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Lemon
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22.67% | 3.06 units *

Lowball glass

Ingredients

oz
ml
cl
Gin cocktail ingredient
Gin
45ml 1½oz 4.5cl
Lillet Blanc cocktail ingredient
Lillet Blanc
45ml 1½oz 4.5cl
Aperol cocktail ingredient
Aperol
45ml 1½oz 4.5cl

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Method

Serves 1 · Takes 3 minutes
Mix the ingredients directly in a lowball glass filled with ice cubes
Stir, garnish with some lemon wedges and serve

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