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27 Apr 2016 By

Someone from Libation Lab has figured it out, in a venn diagram! It doesn’t get much easier than this: equal measures of three ingredients to make these four fantastic cocktails from only six bottles.

Stir ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass or an old fashioned glass with a big cube of ice.  Garnish with an orange twist.

  • Bijou: 1 ounce Green Chartreuse, 1 ounce gin, 1 ounce dry vermouth, dash of orange bitters
  • Boulevardier: 1 ounce rye, 1 ounce Campari, 1 ounce sweet vermouth
  • Dry Negroni: 1 ounce Campari, 1 ounce gin, 1 ounce dry vermouth
  • Negroni: 1 ounce Campari, 1 ounce gin, 1 ounce sweet vermouth
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  • Note: This has been updated since it was pointed out that a bijou is made with sweet vermouth and not dry, so in reconfiguring the original design,  the Vieux Carré was dropped. It was a stretch on the theme, but also delicious without the benedictine, bitters or lemon twist:

    Vieux Carré: 1 ounce rye, 1 ounce cognac, 1 ounce sweet vermouth, 1 teaspoon of benedictine, 2 dashes orange bitters, and is garnished with a lemon twist).

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