White Negroni

White Negroni
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The White Negroni is a unique twist on the classic Negroni cocktail. It was invented at VinExpo in Bordeaux, France ( a liquor and wine exhibition of professionals from all around the world ) in 2001, by a British bartender named Wayne Collins. It’s an easy-to-make drink that combines gin, Suze liqueur, and Lillet blanc, and it’s traditionally served in an old-fashioned glass.

White Negroni Recipe

  1. 45 ml gin

  2. 15 ml Suze liqueur

  3. 30 ml Lillet blanc

  4. Ice

  5. Garnish: lemon or grapefruit twist.

White Negroni Recipe

How to Make a White Negroni

  1. Add gin, Suze liqueur, and Lillet blanc into a mixing glass with ice and stir until chilled.

  2. Strain the mix into an old-fashioned glass with ice.

  3. Garnish with a grapefruit or lemon twist.