In 1919, Count Camillo Negroni walks into the Casoni bar in Florence and asks for a third of a gin in his favourite drink, along with sweet vermouth and bitter liqueur, creating the legendary cocktail that has since been named after its inventor. Pour over ice and garnish with orange zest.

Ingredients: OPERA Gin, bitters, sweet vermouth, water



In the turbulent years of the First World War, New York bartender Hugo Esslin conjured up the purple of the twilight sky by mixing cherry liqueur, crème de violette and squeezed lemon juice with gin. Today it is still shaken in a shaker and poured into a martini glass and garnished with cocktail cherries.

Ingredients: OPERA Gin, cherry liqueur, violet liqueur, fruit acid, sugar


This modern classic was born in London in the 1980s and went on to conquer the world. The "bramble" owes its pleasantly tart and sweet-fruity taste to its English namesake, the wild blackberry. Pour over crushed ice and garnish with half a lemon wedge and a blackberry.

Ingredients: OPERA Gin, blackberry liqueur, fruit acid, sugar

Corpse Reviver

This cocktail, traditionally used to forget a hangover, also raises the dead. However, legendary bartender Harry Craddock warned that drinking four in quick succession will put the resurrected back to rest. Shaken in a shaker and poured into a martini glass.

Ingredients: OPERA Gin, orange liqueur, dry vermouth, fruit acid


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