People often ask what drink I order when I’m out at a bar. When I answer, “rum on the rocks” or “gin and tonic” you can imagine the enthusiastic responses I receive . . . Well the truth is, if I do so happen to order a more sophisticated cocktail, it’s the Boulevardier. I have proof! A variation of the more popular Negroni, this prohibition-era charmer uses bourbon in place of gin. Complex, well balanced, and easy to drink, the Boulevardier represents everything I’m looking for in a cocktail. Oh, and if you two haven’t already met, please allow me the introduction.

Boulevardier Cocktail // HonestlyYUM

Boulevardier Cocktail // HonestlyYUM

Boulevardier Cocktail // HonestlyYUM

Boulevardier Cocktail // HonestlyYUM

Boulevardier Cocktail // HonestlyYUM

Boulevardier Cocktail // HonestlyYUM

Boulevardier Cocktail

The classic Prohibition era cocktail
Servings: 1 cocktail

INGREDIENTS

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Add the bourbon, sweet vermouth, and Campari to your mixing glass. Fill your mixing glass with ice and stir for a full minute.
  2. Strain into a chilled coupe glass.
  3. Garnish with a freshly peeled twist of lemon.

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