The Boulevardier swaps Gin for Bourbon in “the Negroni’s long-lost autumnal cousin.”
I found Paul Clarke’s quote to be spot on. This cocktail would be oh so good after an evening of hayrides and pumpkin picking. I’ve been playing around with a few Campari cocktails lately and this one seems to be the one I keep going back to this October.
The Boulevardier swaps Gin for Bourbon in "the Negroni's long-lost autumnal cousin." This cocktail would be oh so good after an evening of hayrides and pumpkin picking.
- 1 1/2 parts Bourbon or Rye
- 1 part Campari
- 1 part Sweet Vermouth
- Orange Peel for Garnish
- Pour ingredients over cracked ice in a mixing glass. Stir well and strain in to a chilled glass.
- Express orange peel oils over cocktail, rub the rim with peel before garnishing.
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