Negroni - very strong mixed drink that comes from Italy. It is legendary cocktail, which was invented from more than a century. It has sky-high rating and lines up next to the Old Fashioned and Manhattan, forming the fundamentals of the Mixology.
Dining out in Venice is expensive so it comes as a surprise to discover that drinking is incredibly cheap, which may explain why locals can often be spotted with a glass in hand from 10am. A glass of prosecco, which is a local speciality, or a spritz (a mix of prosecco and Aperol or Campari) cost us no more than €2.50 in any bar. Go north to Canareggio, a peaceful, local district, and do a mini bar-crawl along Fondamenta degli Ormesini stopping at highly-rated Caffe Dodo and Al Timon.
Dependably delicious and easy to prepare, the crisp and bitter Negroni is particularly well-suited to springtime imbibing. Composed of only three ingredients measured in equal amounts, a Negroni is also remarkably difficult to foul up (though I won't say it hasn't happened) even by novice bartenders.
The recipe for this Mediterranean take on the Tequila Sunrise comes to us from the New York City restaurant Molyvos. Try using a Greek honey infused with thyme or rosemary for a more pronounced floral sweetness, or swap out the vodka for ouzo for an intoxicating punch of licorice flavor.