If you’re looking at this and thinking, ‘oh a Dry Whiskey Negroni’ – you’ve not found the Boulevardier yet, which is the link between the Old Pal and the Negroni. The Old Pal cocktail was created around the same time as the Boulevardier, 1920s Paris. Read More
It’s use of Dry Vermouth and Rye Whiskey is perfect for those who find the Negroni a little too sweet and heavy. Whiskey carries what little sugar there is in the recipe, hidden within its spicy character. Of course the Dry Vermouth is far less sweet and heavy than Sweet Vermouth. When you pull this all together you end up with a short, fairly dry and highly flavourful drink, that has a delightful bitter finish and fresh crisp aroma.
This is a delicious little recipe that you can continue to sip on without your palate getting tired. The Old Pal also appeals to both Negroni lovers and haters alike.
- 30 ml RYE WHISKEY (1 part)
- 30 ml DRY VERMOUTH (1 part)
- 30 ml BITTER APERITIVO (1 part)
How to make it
- 1 – Add all ingredients to mixing glass.
- 2 – Fill with ice.
- 3 – Stir together with ice to chill ingredients and add the perfect amount of dilution from ice-melt.
- 4 – Strain into cocktail glass.
- 5 – Garnish & serve.
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