Almost a century after its invention, the Negroni is now a staple at bars all across the globe — the drink takes on many forms, each with their own special twist. In honor of this legendary cocktail, La Moderna in Miami Beach has just launched an authentic Negroni cocktail menu featuring four innovative takes on the Italian classic using imported ingredients.
Have a browse of the cocktails on offer at La Moderna
La Moderna’s signature Negroni is mixed with Martin Miller Gin, Cocchi Torino Sweet Vermouth and Bitter Gancia Americano then blended and aged in an American Oak barrel for six months. The finished product is like a true Italian — smooth, smokey, and a just a little hint of sweetness.
Greetings From Italy
The unique flavors will take on a trip through Italy with a surprise ingredient you won’t expect to see in a cocktail! Made with Rutte Celery Gin, Campari Bitters, 20 year old Porto Reduction, “Gaeta” Black Olive Foam, and a Parma Ham Breadstick
Caramel Salted Boulevardier
Originally making an appearance in Harry’s 1927 bar guide, the Boulevardier was the signature drink of Erskine Gwynne, an expatriate New York writer in Paris. This cocktail will take you back to the 1920’s using Bourbon Whisky, Antica Formula Vermouth, Bitter Campari, and Homemade Salted Caramel Syrup.
Made for the brave hearted, this cocktail recreates the iconic recipe of one part Campari, one part Red Vermouth and one part Gin. Using carefully preserved and aged bottles, this Negroni reaches a combined age of almost 200 years. Made with Negroni Gordon`s Gin 1970, Bitter Campari 1970, and Cinzano Sweet Vermouth 1970.