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Make Hot Negroni

A delicate blend of famous Italian Vermouth, Italian Bitter, Gin, Orange Bitters and fruity tea – the Hot Negroni is the ideal winter warmer and alternative to mulled wine.

An Italian classic, believed to originate from Florence, the Negroni has established itself as one of the UK’s most popular cocktails over recent years.

Traditionally served cold, mixologists at My Restaurant, Manchester have created a recipe with a festive twist – the Hot Negroni.  

Make it at home with this simple recipe for one, or for larger parties, a recipe for up to 50 servings. 

Recipe (single serve)

• Berto Rosso Vermouth (20ml)

• Berto Italian Bitter (20ml)

• Haymans Sloe Gin (20ml)

• Cranberry tea (125ml)

• Orange Bitters (one dash)

• Dehydrated orange garnish

Recipe for large parties (serves 50)

• Berto Rosso Vermouth (500ml)

• Berto Italian Bitter (500ml)

• Haymans Sloe Gin (500ml)

• Cranberry Tea (3125ml)

• Orange Bitters (25 dashes)

• Dehydrated orange garnish

Method

1. Brew the hot cranberry tea and pour in the Vermouth, Bitter and Gin whilst stirring.

2. Add a dash of Orange Bitters.

3. Serve hot with a slice of dehydrated orange for decoration.  

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