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It's 2020, we're locked down at home: pls tell me, how do you make *your* negroni??

damiano | May 2, 202009:23 AM     14

So... It's been a long time since this board has discussed a negroni. I'm relatively new to a negroni, but as it's 2020 and as we're all at home watching netflix, I've been noticing that around 1/3rd of my instagram stories feature a negroni. I need to know more!

I'm now using Campari (of course?!), Cocchi vermouth di Torino, and Damrak gin.

What do you use? Where can I "improve" this? The gin I assume? I also have half a bottle of Hendricks left, and will buy Martin Miller again next time.

Finally, shaken or stirred? Or just put it all in a whiskey glass and be done with it?

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