Ever wish you had a Negroni but without the gin taste? Well you really should’ve wished for a million dollars instead but, hey, at least this wish was granted. The Boulevardier results in a warmer experience with a smokier aftertaste due to having Rye instead of gin.
What you’ll need:
How to make it:
Now it’s time to make the Boulevardier cocktail. Make sure to have a separate glass for mixing filled with ice. Have the glass you’ll be using for the actual drink, preferably a coupe or even rocks glass, filled with fresh ice. The ice in the mixing glass will be left behind.
- Put your glass (preferably a coup glass) into the freezer to create a more chilled environment for the Boulevardier.
- Fill your mixing glass with all of your ingredients with ice and stir.
- Strain the drink into your chilled glass, leaving the ice behind to avoid dilution.
- If you’re feeling fancy you can garnish your glass with an orange peel/twist.
Woah! You have just made a beautiful cocktail (we won’t judge if you put it on the gram). For quality cocktail ingredients and at home delivery, go to ShopSK.