The right glass
Typically, the cocktail is served in a Double Old Fashioned Tumbler and with a large ice cube. In many bars, however, you can get it without ice and in a pre-chilled martini glass. The result: the cocktail quickly becomes warm and undrinkable.
For your homemade Negroni, you should always use a tumbler* for this reason. The ice used takes the largest volume of the glass. This way the cocktail stays cold for a long time and does not get watered down. Even better, pre-chill the jar in the freezer for 30 minutes beforehand.
Negroni Week – Drinking for a good cause
In 2013, the Campari* spirit brand called for the first, worldwide Negroni Week. In it, bars offer the old classic and their own variations on the drink for a week while raising funds for a good cause. More than 12,000 bars and restaurants worldwide are now participating in Negroni Week, which has so far raised around $3,000,000 in donations. Which project a participant would like to support can be selected in advance.