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  • noun A cocktail consisting of gin, Campari and vermouth

Etymologies

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From Italian

Examples

  • As an aside, one of my favorite cocktails is the negroni.

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  • Five years ago, he made negroni cocktails for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.

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  • A few other classic cocktails demand gin, the Gibson, the gimlet, the negroni, the French 75, and the Singapore sling, but none has the cachet of newer cocktails like the saketini or Cosmopolitan.

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  • The best game plan is to arrive at sunset, order a negroni at one of the lounge bars, and then move on to dinner.

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  • Standing here at the sleek, mirrored bar with a negroni or glass of crisp falanghina while waiting for a table is half the fun.

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  • There are videos for 15 bedrock cocktails, including the daiquiri, negroni and bloody Mary.

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  • The weak nose is a little sharp and it's a fairly bland, minty gin that would do well as a mixer with tonic or in a negroni.

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  • Or you could order a negroni at the bar at Lincoln Ristorante, and save the coffee for another time.

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  • For those of us not in contention for the maglia rosa, a negroni at one of the fashionable bars on Via Veneto should be a fine reward.

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  • For those of us not in contention for the maglia rosa, a negroni at one of the fashionable bars on Via Veneto should be a fine reward.

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