Negroni Sbagliato


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Negroni Sbagliato ingredients

The original Negroni Sbagliato recipe

Serving

Negroni Sbagliato ingredients

1 part 1 oz 3 cl CAMPARI
1 part 1 oz 3 cl RED VERMOUTH
1 part 1 oz 3 cl (fill to top) SPARKLING WINE

The original Negroni Sbagliato recipe

1 POUR THE CAMPARI, RED VERMOUTH AND PROSECCO DIRECTLY INTO THE GLASS FILLED WITH ICE
2 GARNISH WITH A SLICE OF ORANGE.

Serving

Cocktail glass - tumbler
Serve in a rock tumbler glass

WHAT DOES THENEGRONI SBAGLIATO TASTE LIKE?

Fresh and bitter, delicate yet complex. Born from a “mistake,” today it is among the most popular twists on a classic. The unmistakable taste of Campari, perfectly balanced with vermouth, finds a surprising taste experience in prosecco.

A PIONEER OF CLASSIC COCKTAIL REINTERPRETATIONS

The Negroni Sbagliato was invented in 1972 by Mirko Stocchetto at Bar Rosso in Milano, who created this take on a classic by accident. When asked to make a Negroni, Stocchetto poured prosecco instead of gin, and thus a ‘new classic’ was born. The cocktail can still be enjoyed around the world today, with its name telling the story of its creation, as in italian ‘sbagliato’ means mistaken.

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Campari Negroni

Simple and balanced, it’s considered to be one of the most famous Italian cocktails in the world. Invented in 1919 by Count Negroni – who asked to add a touch of gin rather than soda to his Americano – the cocktail was named in his honor.

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