Smoky Negroni Sour⁣
"There comes a juncture each winter where my efforts at overwintering the rosemary reach their inevitable sad conclusion. But it occurred to me that I have more than once been frustrated by my inability to get good smoke from a sprig of fresh green rosemary, and voila: perfect use of dried out, nearly-dead rosemary. That hint of foresty smoke was just perfect here, as was the floral/herbal Linden honey from Bee Seasonal's German collection!⁣⁣"
-- @thebitterfairy
A Note from Feedfeed

A twist on a classic, this negroni is balanced with a good squeeze of lemon of a nice sour cocktail finish. Winter is almost over so enjoy the last few weeks with our community's delicious winter cocktails! Cheers!


Prep time 10mins


  • 1 1/ 2 ounces gin, such as Juniper Bomb
  • 1/ 2 ounce Gran Classico⁣⁣
  • 1/ 2 ounce sweet vermouth⁣⁣
  • 3/ 4 ounce lemon juice⁣⁣
  • 1/ 2 ounce Linden honey-rosemary syrup
  • rosemary, for garnish


  • Step 1

    Add all liquids to a shaker and mix well. Serve over a large ice cube in a lowball glass.

  • Step 2

    Carefully light the tips of the rosemary spring on fire and then blow them out, to create a smoky effect. Add to the glass as garnish.