Today we’re going to show you how to make the Boulevardier cocktail recipe.
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– 1 1/4 oz Rye Whiskey
– 1 oz Campari
– 1 oz sweet vermouth
– orange twist
The Boulevardier is named after a Magazine in France created by Erskine Gwynne called The Boulevardier from 1927 to 1932. It was created by Harry MacElhone of Harry’s New York Bar in Paris, but he credits Erskine Gwynne with the creation of the drink, one of his frequent customers.
Now, people will say this is just a negroni with whiskey instead of gin. The Negroni is said to have been created in Italy in 1919, the Boulevardier came to birth in the 20’s, so it can be assumed that the Boulevardier is a variation of a Negroni, but it could also just be a coincidence. However, from what I understand the Negroni wasn’t published as a recipe until 20 years after this cocktail was already in circulation in America.`
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