The Negroni is a popular Italian cocktail made from Campari, gin and vermouth, then garnished with orange. This drink is considered an aperitif.

By tradition, the bartender never shakes the Negroni, rather they stir over ice in a mixing glass, then strain into an old fashioned or rock glass.

The origin of this unique beauty might not be 100% certain, but some say that it was first mixed in Florence, Italy in 1919 at the Caffe Casoni, formerly known as Caffe Giacosa.

Enjoy a Negroni with friends and family as you watch the sun set, just like the Italians do.


  • 30 mL Beefeater 24 Gin
  • 30 mL Campari
  • 30 mL Carpano Classico Vermouth
  • 20 mL Italicus


Use the ProFlow™ pourer and ProMegJig™ to accurately measure the Beefeater Gin ,Campari, Carpano Classico Vermouth and Italicus into a Urai™ Mixing Glass with ice. Stir well using the ProStirrer™ and strain into glass with the BarRay.

Garnish with an orange peel.

How does world-renowned mixologist Antonio Lai make a Negroni cocktail? Watch this video to find out.