Let’s get right to business: Equal parts gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth. Make it even better with orange bitters and an orange peel.
The classic mix of rye, sweet vermouth, and bitters.
If you have a guest over who isn't keen on Campari, keep a bottle of Lillet Blanc on hand and make them a French Negroni.
A cousin of the Negroni made with whiskey in place of gin.
Looking for a way to use that bottle of Chartreuse? Make a Bijou.
If you love Campari but don't want something as boozy as a Negroni on a hot day, make yourself an Americano.
Mix up your next bonfire. Apple cider, rye, Campari, and sweet vermouth.
Calvados, sweet vermouth, and bitters. Dry, slightly bitter, and wonderfully apple-y. Adapted from Harry Craddock's 1930 Savoy Cocktail book.