A riff on the classic Negroni, the White Negroni only keeps the main gin ingredient. It swaps out sweet vermouth for Lillet Blanc and swaps the bitter Italian aperitivo Campari for the bitter French apéritif Suze. The flavor is boozy and dry much like the original but is lighter on the palate.
This current variation was created by London bartender Wayne Collins in 2001. It can also be found as a sbagliato with sparkling wine like its namesake.
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