What cocktails can I make with Campari, gin, Cinzano Vermouth Rosso, fernet, tonic, Gancia, Gancia Hibiscus, and Borghetti?

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Given the ingredients you have on hand—Campari, gin, Cinzano vermouth Rosso, Fernet, tonic, Gancia, Gancia Hibiscus, and Borghetti—you have a great base to work with for several classic and sophisticated cocktails. Here are some options ordered by their rating/score, with a bit of background and why they might be ideal for you:

1. Negroni (4.84/5): This is a timeless classic that you can easily make with your Campari, gin, and Cinzano vermouth Rosso. The Negroni is renowned for its balanced, complex flavor profile, combining the herbal notes from the gin, the bitter and citrusy flavors of Campari, and the rich sweetness of vermouth. It's typically served cold and stirred in a lowball glass, often garnished with an orange peel to enhance its aromatic experience. Whether you're enjoying a quiet evening or entertaining guests, this sophisticated drink is always a hit.

2. MonteNegroni (4.7/5): A modern twist on the Negroni, the MonteNegroni adds Amaro into the mix. While you don't have Amaro, your Fernet can serve as a bitter substitute, adding a slightly different but equally intriguing complexity. Mixing your gin, Cinzano vermouth Rosso, and Fernet will give this cocktail an appealing depth that's perfect for a new experience while still providing the familiar bitter-sweet profile.

3. Milano Torino (4.7/5): This simple yet elegant cocktail requires only Aperol (which you could approximate somewhat with a lighter or less intense liqueur if you have it) and red vermouth. Combining these two ingredients will yield a vibrant, bittersweet flavor perfect as an aperitif. If you want to adjust the taste, you can experiment by adding a splash of Campari for extra bitterness.

4. Americano (4.24/5): If you prefer something lighter and slightly less alcoholic, the Americano is an excellent option. Made with Campari, red vermouth, and topped with a splash of soda water (you can use tonic if you prefer), this cocktail is refreshing and perfect for stimulating the appetite before a meal. It's a delightful mix of Italian and American flavors that is simple yet sophisticated.

These cocktails not only make the most out of the ingredients you already have, but they also offer a range of flavor profiles from the intensely bitter Negroni to the slightly more refreshing Americano. Enjoy exploring these classic and modern takes that are sure to satisfy any cocktail enthusiast!

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You asked: Cocktails using Campari, gin, and vermouth. We found 10 cocktails answering the question.


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)

3 ingredients
4.84 / 5


The MonteNegroni cocktail is a sophisticated and alluring twist on the classic Negroni, offering a unique blend of flavors that...

Red vermouth (25ml), Dry gin (30ml), Amaro (30ml)

3 ingredients
4.7 / 5

Milano Torino

The Milano Torino is a classic Italian cocktail with a rich history, bringing together the best of both cities it's...

Aperol (30ml), Red vermouth (30ml)

2 ingredients
4.7 / 5

Summer Negroni

The Summer Negroni is a refreshing twist on the classic Negroni cocktail, trading the traditional ingredients for a lighter, more...

Gin (45ml), Lillet Blanc (45ml), Aperol (45ml)

3 ingredients
4.33 / 5

Bitter Elder

The Bitter Elder cocktail is a beautifully balanced drink that weaves together the floral notes of elderflower liqueur with the...

Lemon Juice (15ml), Gin (45ml), Campari (22.5ml), Elderflower Liqueur (22.ml)

4 ingredients
4.31 / 5

Fernet con Coca

The name is derived from the Fernet Branca liqueur, the Fernet Con Coca is exactly what it says. An Argentinian...

Cola (Top up), Amaro (50ml)

2 ingredients
4.26 / 5


The Americano is a classic cocktail created in Italy in the late 19th century. Its name comes from the Italian...

Campari (30ml), Red vermouth (30ml), Soda water (Splash)

3 ingredients
4.24 / 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

Campari Ginger

I just tried a spin on Campari and soda. A little sweeter with the ginger ale, and a little smoother...

Ginger Ale (120ml), Gin (30ml), Campari (60ml)

3 ingredients
3.58 / 5

Adalberto del Maghreb

The combination of amaretto and coffee liqueur, and the touch of sweet grenadine and the bitter of fernet and Angostura,...

Coffee liqueur (15ml), Grenadine (15ml), Gin (45ml), Angostura Bitters (Dash), Amaretto (15ml), Amaro (10ml)

6 ingredients
3.53 / 5


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 cocktails can be made with Campari?

Campari is a versatile liqueur used in cocktails like the Negroni, Americano, and Campari Spritz. Its bitter profile adds complexity to these drinks, making them popular aperitifs.

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Is gin commonly used in classic cocktails?

Yes, gin is a staple in many classic cocktails, including the Martini, Gin and Tonic, and Negroni. Its botanical flavors pair well with various ingredients, making it a versatile spirit.

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What is the flavor profile of Cinzano Vermouth Rosso?

Cinzano Vermouth Rosso has a rich, sweet flavor with herbal and spice undertones. It's often used in cocktails like the Negroni and Manhattan to add depth and complexity.

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Can Fernet be used as a cocktail ingredient?

Yes, Fernet is a bitter liqueur that can add complexity to cocktails. It's often used in small amounts to introduce herbal, bitter notes, as seen in drinks like the Toronto or as a substitute in a MonteNegroni.

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How does tonic water affect cocktail flavors?

Tonic water adds a slightly bitter and effervescent quality to cocktails. It pairs well with gin or other spirits, balancing sweetness and offering a refreshing contrast, commonly seen in a classic Gin and Tonic.

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