The restaurant is known for their more than a dozen takes on Italy’s most iconic cocktail (which you can enjoy during happy hour!), but there’s one that stands out as a favorite: the Fernet Negroni. This iteration leans into its bitterness with extra Campari rounded out with Fernet-Branca and Cynar, an artichoke amaro. During Negroni Week, $1 from each sale of il Porcellino’s Fernet Negroni goes to support Water for People.
Want to make a Fernet Negroni at home? Click here for the recipe for il Porcellino’s Fernet Negroni.
½ ounce Fords London Dry Gin
1½ ounces Campari
1 ounce Dolin Vermouth Blanc
¼ ounce Fernet-Branca
¼ ounce Cynar Amaro
2 dashes Regan Orange Bitters
Orange peel, for garnish
1. Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass, add ice and stir until combined.
2. Strain into a chilled coupe glass; garnish with a flamed and expressed orange peel. Discard orange peel before serving.
Want to raise a glass (or two) for a good cause? Check out which Lettuce restaurants are participating in Negroni Week.