Photo by Edsel Little
  • Base Spirit Whiskey
  • Preparation Stirred
  • Flavor Bitter
  • Served On the Rocks

Like so many other classics, the Boulevardier first appeared in print Harry McElhone’s 1927 guide, Barflies and Cocktails. The drink is essentially a Negroni, but gone is the crisp taste of gin, replaced but the sweeter, deeper flavors of whiskey to offset the Campari‘s bitterness.

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Print Recipe
  1. Stir ingredients in a mixing glass.
  2. Serve up or on the rocks. So, strain into a cocktail glass or a lowball with ice, as desired.

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