A riff on the classic Negroni, the White Negroni, is its fairer cousin. It keeps the main gin ingredient, swapping out sweet vermouth for Lillet Blanc and the bitter Italian liqueur Campari for the bitter French apéritif Suze. The flavor is boozy and dry, much like the original, but is lighter on the palate.
London bartender Wayne Collins created this variation in 2001. It has found new prominence in the States due to the increase distribution of Suze, which for over 100 years had stayed within European boarders. Like its namesake, it can be found as a sbagliato with sparkling wine instead of gin.
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