Did you know that this week is Negroni week? If you didn’t, you know now (and it’s the last day)! I hope you’ve had one, if not because they are awesome….at least because it’s for a good cause. I had a couple at The Revelry the other day, as you can see from my Instagram post. (I’d love to have you follow along!) And also from Shannon’s post!
I wanted to share a variation on the classic Negroni that I make on occasion. It’s fun to swap out different ingredients to see what you can come up with. In this case, tequila for gin, and Ancho Reyes for vermouth. Cheers….enjoy!
Ancho Tequila Negroni– 2 ounce reposado tequila– 1 ounce Ancho Reyes Ancho Chile Liqueur– 1 ounce Campari– 2 dashes Fee Brothers Grapefruit Bitters– wedge of ruby red grapefruit for garnish– chili powder and sugar for rimRub the rim of your glass against a cut grapefruit and dip in a mixture of chili powder and sugar to coat rim. Add ingredients over ice and stir well. Garnish with wedge of grapefruit.
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