If you’re a fan of a negroni, you’ll definitely want to try a Boulevardier, made with whiskey, sweet vermouth, campari, and an orange twist.
My husband is a huge fan of negroni. He makes one nearly every night as a night cap. I’ve gotten used to the heady aroma of vermouth and campari. It’s a very distinctive drink.
The difference between a boulevardier and a negroni is the addition of whiskey instead of gin. It leads to a more robust taste profile, but the herbal aspects remain the same.
For me, there is a fine line with this cocktail. It can be very good when the chosen whiskey and the vermouth go well together. To find the perfect match, you might have to try a few.
It’s possible to use any whiskey (or whisky) you like. That might be Scotch, Bourbon, or you might also like a Rye.
You might like this Black Manhattan made with rye whiskey.
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To keep this cocktail super easy to make, we use one part whiskey, one part vermouth and one part Campari. Garnish with an orange peel. Simple, but satisfying.
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If you're a fan of a negroni, you'll definitely want to try a Boulevardier, made with whiskey, sweet vermouth, campari, and an orange twist.
- 1 1/4 oz whiskey
- 1 oz Campari
- 1 oz sweet vermouth
- Orange twist, for garnish
- Pour all ingredients in a glass and stir. Add ice and garnish.