Toasting 2010: The Cocktail Collection

Negroni Sbagliato

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Made by a chance discovery, this "wrong" Negroni was supposedly created in Milan when a bartender poured spumante in place of gin. The result, the author says, is a "damn good drink." View recipe here .


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