We've talked about how our preference for this variation is the Smokey Scotch Boulevardier, but there's not a thing wrong with this standard recipe from the 1920's. The Boulevardier is slightly more palatable than The Negroni, and understanding that that comes just from the switch between a dry gin to bourbon, which is sweeter, will really help you when it comes to making bespoke cocktails from minor tweaks.
45ml - Bourbon
30ml - Campari
30ml - Sweet Vermouth
Add all the ingredients to a mixing glass. Stir with plenty of ice for maximum chill with minimal dilution.
Serve in a Nick & Nora.
Garnish with an orange twist.
HITTHiSBAR: Smokey Scotch Boulevardier