Strawberry Negroni

It's Negroni Week! Roses are red, violets are blue, Campari is red, strawberries are too. ???? . This twist is quickly becoming a Negroni Week staple. I confirm it?s absolutely delicious. ???? And even if your local bars aren?t making this, its easily made at home! . To make the strawberry Campari, soak some cut up strawberries in Campari for 3-5 days, shaking periodically. Mason jars are the best for this. I pretty much just filled one with strawberries and poured @campariofficial to cover, plus an extra inch or so. Then just strain out the solids using a mesh strainer and bottle. It should keep at least a couple months, or longer. It won?t go BAD, but freshness will diminish over time, so make small batches and drink up! . For other cocktail ideas using strawberry Campari, see #BarFaithStrawberryCampari ?? ? Strawberry Negroni ? 1oz gin (I used @malfygin Originale) ? 1oz strawberry-infused Campari ? 1oz sweet vermouth (I used Cocchi Vermouth di Torino) ? Stir all ingredients with ice, and strain over a fresh cube. Garnish with some fresh strawberry (the fresh scent as you're drinking is incredible) . . #BarFaith #BarFaithStrawberryNegroni #strawberrynegroni #negroni #negroniweek #negronitime #negroniweek2018 #negronis #negronioclock #ginstagram #campari #sweetvermouth #malfygin #cocktailgarnish #negronilover #craftcockails

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Recipe

  • 1oz gin (I used Malfy Originale)
  • 1oz strawberry-infused Campari (click to watch my how-to video on Youtube!)
  • 1oz sweet vermouth (I used Cocchi Vermouth di Torino)

Stir all ingredients with ice, and strain over a fresh cube. Garnish with some fresh strawberry (the fresh scent as you’re drinking is incredible)


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It’s Negroni Week!
Roses are red,
violets are blue,
Campari is red,
strawberries are too.

This twist is quickly becoming a Negroni Week staple. I confirm it’s absolutely delicious. And even if your local bars aren’t making this, its easily made at home!

To make the strawberry Campari, soak some cut up strawberries in Campari for 3-5 days, shaking periodically. Mason jars are the best for this. I pretty much just filled one with strawberries and poured @campariofficial to cover, plus an extra inch or so. Then just strain out the solids using a mesh strainer and bottle. It should keep at least a couple months, or longer. It won’t go BAD, but freshness will diminish over time, so make small batches and drink up!

Click here for other cocktail ideas using strawberry Campari!