This refreshing and balanced cocktail is inspired by our home, San Francisco. Named for the neighborhood that is known for his Italian heritage and fresh take on classics, it’s a simple yet inspired sipper that’s perfect for summer.
Just like SKYY Vodka's origins, this is a fresh take on a classic that's sure to please a crowd. Intended to be batched for a group serving in a punch bowl, this recipe can also be enjoyed as an individual serving.
At first glance you might think a hoppy brew, and fruity cocktail have nothing in common, but as the old saying goes, opposites attract. In this Better Together cocktail, flavors combine to create a unique beer cocktail that will make even the most skeptical hops lover swoon.
This drink was a favorite of American expats during Prohibition. Prior to then it was known as the Milano-Torino, for the cities where its two main ingredients were first made: Milan (Campari) and Turin (sweet vermouth).
This cocktail is a cousin of the Negroni. The rye gives this drink some sweetness paired with the complex flavors of Campari and smoothed out with dry vermouth. If you like Boulevardiers and Negronis give this a try.
Although we don't know for sure the origin of this drink it's said to be traced back to a little cafe in Florence, Italy. The Negroni is essentially a stronger version of the classic Americano.The gin mixed with Campari and vermouth combine for a robust herbal flavor perfect for sipping.
This cocktail is a twist on the classic negroni. The only difference in the two is the maple syrup that has been added and of course the bacon garnish. This is a great cocktail to make for Campari beginners because it balances the bitterness.