Last Updated on November 28, 2022 by The Noms
A Cranberry Negroni cocktail recipe is perfect for the holiday season!
This Cranberry Negroni cocktail recipe is sure to be a hit this holiday season! Whether its on your Thanksgiving table, or at your Christmas party, this easy recipe is sure to please those who like a boozy tipple.
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We have covered the history of the Negroni in previous posts, like our Breakfast Negroni, our Negroni twist in this Cynar Negroni, or a Strawberry Negroni! The Strawberry Negroni is the closest recipe to this Cranberry Negroni, as we infused this time around too!
Cranberry Infused Liquor
So, we infused both the Campari and the gin with cranberries, and let them sit for 48 hours until the color and flavor were good! Then, we checked it about 24 hours in and felt it wasn’t enough – but make sure to check it yourself so it is to your liking.
We combined about two tablespoons of cranberries to four ounces of Campari and gin each and that seemed to be the right amount. We left the sweet vermouth alone on this recipe.
Adding Tartness to the Cocktail
The cranberries did lend a bit of a tart flavor to the cocktail, almost like adding a bit of apple cider vinegar to the Negroni. Gives a great holiday vibe to this, we think!
I don’t know about you, but I hate having to be the mixologist on a holiday. I mean, I don’t hate it, but when everyone seems to need a drink or a refill all at once, I can’t enjoy the party! This one is easy, as it is just the 3 ingredients that you have already prepped, and all you have to do is measure.
What Ingredients are Needed for the Cranberry Negroni?
- Cranberry Infused Gin (more info below)
- Cranberry Infused Campari (more info below)
- Sweet Vermouth
This cocktail is easy peasy and the ingredients are all one ounce each, even better! Hope you mix this easy and delicious Christmas Negroni cocktail!
So get to infusing, and make this next week! Try our Cranberry Aperol Spritz, too!
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Like this recipe? Try these below, too!
Grilled Tangerine Frozen Negroni
Other Flavored Negroni Recipes
- Blood Orange Negroni – Family Style Food
- Mezcal Negroni – Diverse Dinners
- Creole Negroni – Food Pairing
- Negroni Nero – Stir and Strain
- Pomelo Grapefruit Negroni – Cake N Knife
This Cranberry Negroni cocktail recipe is so easy to make, and so easy to serve! Make one for Thanksgiving or Christmas!
- 1 ounce Cranberry Infused Gin
- 1 ounce Cranberry Infused Campari
- 1 ounce sweet vermouth
- Combine 2 Tablespoons cranberries with 4 ounces gin and then 4 ounces Campari in separate jars. Let sit for 24-48 hours, checking periodically to see if you like the flavor and color.
- Strain out cranberries in both liquors. Dispose of cranberries.
- Combine gin, Campari and sweet vermouth in a mixing glass with ice.
- Strain to glass with ice, garnish with cranberries if desired.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 185Sodium: 1mgCarbohydrates: 8.9g
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