Negroni on a bar

How to Make Negroni Shots With Jevo

Ah, the Negroni: It’s a classic cocktail that’s a little bitter, a little sweet, and all around elegant. According to popular belief, it originated in Florence, Italy, after a high-profile customer at Caffè Casoni asked his bartender for an Americano, with the seltzer swapped for gin.

For a long time, Negronis were enjoyed exclusively by those with discerning palates who were in the know — and even until recent years, Negronis were ordered mainly by sophisticates and older drinkers. Only very lately it’s gained a more mainstream appreciation among millennials, and the support has been strong.

We’ve created our own Negroni shot that features the bold flavors of gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth with our Orange Blossom flavor pod. Read on for instructions.

Orange Blossom Negroni

What you’ll need
  • 5 oz gin
  • 5 oz Campari
  • 5 oz sweet vermouth
  • 5 oz water
  • Orange Blossom flavor pod
How to make them

Pour gin, Campari, vermouth and water into Jevo’s reservoir, pop in the Orange Blossom flavor pod, insert a loaded prep tray, select Craft, and press Go. Then, after Jevo is done preparing shots, cover the tray and place it in the fridge until the shots are set.

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