"Red Light Negroni | Crafted Pour"

"I got this recipe from my recent visit to the House of Bols in Amsterdam. It uses genever, a traditional juniper-flavoured liquor from the Netherlands, which predates gin. Instead of Campari, the recipe calls for a red bitter liqueur made by Galliano that I brought home with me. It’s a delicious negroni with Dutch ingredients. The sunflowers are a homage to Van Gough.", "undefined", "Red Light Negroni ",

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Red Light Negroni By , May 8, 2009 I got this recipe from my recent visit to the House of Bols in Amsterdam. It uses genever, a traditional juniper-flavoured liquor from the Netherlands, which predates gin. Instead of Campari, the recipe calls for a red bitter liqueur made by Galliano that I brought home with me. It’s a delicious negroni with Dutch ingredients. The sunflowers are a homage to Van Gough. I got this recipe from my recent visit to the House of Bols in Amsterdam. It uses genever, a traditional juniper-flavoured liquor from the Netherlands, which predates gin. Instead of Campari, the recipe calls for a red bitter liqueur made by Galliano that I brought home with me. It’s a delicious negroni with Dutch ingredients. The sunflowers are a homage to Van Gough. Ingredients: - Bols Genever - Galliano L’Aperitivo Instructions: Stir ingredients in a mixing glass with ice and strain into a rocks glass over ice. Garnish with an orange slice. Spirit Forward,Negroni,Easy to Make,Bitter