What cocktails can I make with Gin, Martini Bianco, Campari, Martini Rosso, Lemon, Lime, Kyper Triple Sec?

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I have found a cocktail that includes gin, Martini Rosso (Red vermouth), and Campari among its ingredients, which closely matches your list. This cocktail has a high rating and is sure to satisfy your taste preferences.
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Gin

You asked: Gin cocktails with Martini Bianco, Campari, Martini Rosso, lemon, lime, Triple Sec. We found 10 cocktails answering the question.

Martini Perfect

The Martini Perfect is a classic cocktail known for its refined and sophisticated flavors. It is a variation of the...

Dry gin (45ml), White vermouth (22.5ml), Red vermouth (22.5ml), Angostura Bitters (Dash)

4 ingredients
4.9 / 5

The Perfect Martini

The Perfect Martini is a sophisticated twist on the classic martini that balances the botanical notes of gin with the...

Gin (75ml), Red vermouth (10ml), Olive Juice (10ml)

3 ingredients
4.9 / 5

Negroni

The Negroni is a classic Italian cocktail that has been enjoyed for over a century. The drink is made up...

Gin (30ml), Campari (30ml), Red vermouth (30ml)

Classic
3 ingredients
4.84 / 5

Martinez

Said to have emerged around 1860-1870, and is often touted as one of the world’s oldest gin cocktails.

Orange Bitters (2 dashes), Red vermouth (45ml), Dry gin (45ml), Maraschino cherry liqueur (1 teaspoon)

Classic
4 ingredients
4.74 / 5

Lemon Drop Martini

The Lemon Drop Martini is a refreshingly tart and slightly sweet cocktail that has become a modern classic. This zesty...

Triple Sec (20ml), Lemon Juice (15ml), Lemon vodka (25ml), Sugar (Dash)

4 ingredients
4.7 / 5

Miller’s Martini

The Miller's Martini is a classic twist on the traditional martini, embracing the crisp and clean flavor profile martini enthusiasts...

Orange Bitters (Dash), White vermouth (10ml), Gin (60ml)

3 ingredients
4.25 / 5

Tango Cocktail

The Tango Cocktail is a classic drink that combines the complex botanical notes of gin with the sweet citrus flavors...

Triple Sec (15ml), Gin (60ml), Red vermouth (30ml), Red vermouth (30ml)

4 ingredients
3.99 / 5

Sixty Six

The cocktail "Sixty Six" is a balanced and complex drink that presents a careful blend of bitter and aromatic flavors....

Gin (30ml), Campari (30ml), Red vermouth (30ml), Sherry (Dry) (30ml), Lemon Juice (Dash)

5 ingredients
3.85 / 5

Sweet Martini

The Sweet Martini is a variation of the classic Martini, featuring a combination of dry gin and red (or sweet)...

Dry gin (75ml), Red vermouth (15ml)

2 ingredients
3.8 / 5

Citrus Cooler

Citrus Cooler is a refreshing and zesty cocktail that combines the tangy flavours of lime, orange and lemon with a...

Lime juice (15ml), Triple Sec (20 ml), Orange juice (30ml), Lemon rum (40 ml), Salt (Pinch)

5 ingredients
3.53 / 5

FAQ's

We've collated some quick fire Q&A's on the question to help you find exactly what you're looking for.

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What is the flavor profile of a Negroni?

A Negroni features a balanced blend of bitter, sweet, and herbal flavors, with the gin providing a strong, botanical base, Campari adding a distinctive bitterness, and red vermouth contributing sweetness.

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Can I use both red and white vermouth in cocktails?

Yes, many cocktails, such as the Perfect Martini, use both red and white vermouth to achieve a balanced flavor profile with both sweet and dry notes.

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What is the difference between a dry gin and other types of gin?

Dry gin, or London Dry gin, has a stronger juniper flavor and less sweetness compared to other gins. This makes it ideal for classic cocktails like martinis and negronis.

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How should I garnish a gin-based cocktail?

Garnishes like lemon twists, lime wedges, olives, or a maraschino cherry are commonly used to complement the botanical flavors of gin cocktails.

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What are some alternatives if I don't have Angostura Bitters?

If Angostura Bitters are unavailable, you could use other aromatic bitters or herbal bitters, which can provide a similar depth to your cocktail.

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