Monday, November 12, 2007

The Tangroni



2 oz. Gin (preferably G-Vine)
1 oz. Aperol
1 oz. tangerine juice

Shake over ice and strain into a large cold martini glass.

Thoughts:
I have often thought that the Negroni suffered from a strangely medicinal taste so here I ofter this version. G-Vine is an incredible new grape-based gin offering from France. It has a flowery taste and rolls which lingers on the tongue. It pairs very well with the lighter taste of Aperol. The addition of light and sweet tangerine juice makes this my new favorite drink. Of course, the Tangroni would not suffer from another once of gin. As a matter of fact, pass the bottle, would ya?

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jj said...

The Tangroni looks like a wonderfully refreshing libation! Thanks for the great share.

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That G-Vine sounds wonderful! And what a pretty presentation of the drink you made.

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JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

What a pretty color! Sounds delicious too! I love bitters.

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