RUM NEGRONI COCKTAIL RECIPE
Created in 1919, the Negroni was born out of a reimagined Americano cocktail – by replacing the soda water with gin. The Negroni is the quintessential “equal parts” cocktail consisting of vermouth, bitters and spirit. Each component in a Negroni works to balance the others, but they push back a little bit too, creating new dimensions as the drink unravels.
Using Brugal 1888 in a Negroni tilts its flavour profile into the sipping category. The flavour lingers longer on your palate compared to a gin Negroni. It’s then you realize there is more to discover than just bitterness and citrus.
As Brand Ambassador for Brugal 1888, Pavol Kazimir has used his decade of rum expertise to put together these new Negroni recipes – complete with all the ingredients you’ll need to add to your home bar for the perfect serve to bring out the best of any celebration with friends or family.
How to make a Negroni Dominicana
Did you know that Brugal’s home, the Dominican Republic, produces world-class vanilla? The tropical Caribbean climate allows the vanilla planifolia to flourish. The ingredient is widely used in the Dominican Republic from papaya juice to arroz con leche dessert and cakes.
Upgrading a classic with Dominican inspired flavours creates a fuller-bodied flavour experience when combined with Brugal 1888. Infusing sweet vermouth with vanilla elevates the flavour extracted from the American white oak bourbon casks while keeping the ratios of our Brugal 1888 rum as the hero.