Pour the ingredients directly into an old-fashioned glass with ice. Mix gently and garnish with 1/2 orange slice.
1/3 (3cl) Gin
1/3 (3cl) Bitter
1/3 (3cl) Vermouth
Caffé Casoni in Florence is still today the custodian of the original Negroni recipe, although in 1933 it changed its name to Caffè Giacosa. Here, during the 20s of the last century, the barman Fosco Scarselli invented this cocktail for the Camillo Negroni Count, a noble adventurer who wanted to strengthen his favorite drink: the Milan-Turin.