Negroni Week: CinCin X Araku’s recipe for Cold Brew Negroni

It’s raining Negronis, and we’re not complaining. This time we are here with an exciting and super easy recipe for The Cold Brew Negroni by CinCin x Araku.

There’s Negroni as far as the eye can see, and super interesting riffs that are coming especially this week. So how does a Cold Brew Negroni sound?

Created by Kevin Dias, head mixologist at KA Hospitality, this particular Negroni uses a special CinCin x Araku coffee blend that is mostly Robusta. Which essentially makes it much more adaptable and easy to use in a myriad of cocktails and drinks.

This particular Cold Brew Negroni was created for us by Ashish Sonawane, Bar Shift Manager, CinCin, Mumbai.

There are several ways to use cold brew in a Negroni, from infusing it into your liquor to adding it as an entirely separate component. The silky smoothness of cold brew softens some of the rougher edges of Negroni, and the inherent chocolate notes pair beautifully with the botanicals of Campari and sweet vermouth. It’s a sleek, lightly caffeinated take on the drink, and may even convert naysayers to Italy’s favorite three-ingredient concoction.

The cocktail is available as part of CinCin x Araku’s newly launched menu. While you watch this space for more, here’s a versatile cocktail to try! Whether you like coffee or not, this drink will keep you up for all the right reasons. Give this super easy yet complex tasting recipe a boost – and have a great Negroni week!

Cold brewed negroni in cincin, mumbai.
Cold Brew Negroni in CinCin, Mumbai.

Ingredients

  • 30ml gin
  • 20ml Campari
  • 20ml Martini Rosso vermouth
  • 20ml cold infusion
  • Ice
  • Dehydrated orange slices. For garnish

Method

  • Add all ingredients to an Old Fashioned glass.
  • Add a little ice cream according to your preference.
  • Mix well.
  • Garnish with a slice of dehydrated orange.

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