Old Street’s Negroni Cocktail

Negroni Cocktail Recipe, I Love Cooking, Old Street

We are so delighted to have teamed up with Old Street to bring you some really delicious festive cocktails, perfect for making at home.

Old Street is a modern neighbourhood restaurant situated in the heart of historic Malahide, County Dublin.

Mark and Adriana Fitzpatrick restored two of the oldest buildings in Malahide village to offer a comfortable and casual dining experience along with a contemporary cocktail bar and award winning wine list.

Ivan Kordic has been developing and designing cocktails for Old Street from the moment he arrived, and has become a bit of a celebrity from behind the bar. His energy, enthusiasm, and passion for crafting seasonal, fun, and delicious cocktails is fuelled by his experimental nature and eagerness to give anything a try. Ivan uses traditional tools of the trade as well as modern technologies like Sous-Vide and an an Ultrasonic Homogeniser to get as much flavour as possible into his homemade ingredients and garnishes.

“Old Street has given my passion for mixology the perfect home.”

Get Ivan’s Negroni recipe here:

  • 300cl gin
  • 300cl vermouth
  • 300cl campari
  • 3 chopped oranges

Add all of the ingredients together in a jug or a large Killiner jar and leave in the fridge overnight.

For decoration:

  • 2 oranges
  • 50g dark chocolate
  • Thinly slice 2 an oranges

Place on a baking tray and bake at 50 degrees for 5 hours until completely dried out.

Melt the dark chocolate in a bowl in the mircrowave at 30 seconds at a time until completely melted.

Dip the dried oranges into the chocolate, make sure to leave some oranges without any chocolate.

Leave in the fridge to set.

When you are ready strain your oranges from your drink and pour into glasses packed with ice.

Garnish with chocolate covered oranges and plain dried oranges.

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