Fresh strawberries and Aperol bring fruity, bittersweet flavors to the classic Negroni in this riff crafted by hip, Downtown gastropub, The Commoner. The four-ingredient recipe is easy to blend up at home — give it a quick stir with some ice, and you’re ready for cocktail hour!

Strawberry Negroni Bianco Recipe


1oz Hendrick’s Gin
1oz Carpano Bianco
1oz Aperol
2 strawberries


Blend all of the ingredients in a high-powered blender (like a Vitamix/better to do in a batch), and strain through a fine-mesh colander lined with cheesecloth. Once strained, add 3oz of the cocktail in a mixing glass with ice and stir 40-48 times. Strain over fresh ice in a double rocks glass and serve with a half of a strawberry as a garnish. A twist of a peel of lemon is always a great idea when using strawberry and gin… salud!

Recipe by The Commoner / Photography by Brittany Spinelli

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