Negroni Jello Shot

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Of all the classic cocktails out there, the Negroni reigns supreme, worshipped by bartenders and drinkers alike as the ultimate tipple. So we figured it was high time for the bittersweet drink to get a solid Jello Shot crafted in its honor. As it turns out, the aperitif makes a surprisingly delicious wiggly nibble. That said, because the drink is so bitter, it did require a bit of tinkering, as well as the addition of some orange juice for a touch of sweetness.

Negroni Jello Shot

FLAVOR PROFILE
Bitter
STRENGTH

INGREDIENTS

  • .33 Cup gin
  • .33 Cup sweet vermouth
  • .33 Cup Campari
  • .25 Cup orange juice
  • .25 Cup boiling water
  • 1 .25-oz packet unflavored gelatin

INSTRUCTIONS

Step one

Combine the gin and orange juice in a bowl, and sprinkle the unflavored gelatin over top.

Step two

Add the boiling water and stir until the gelatin is fully dissolved.

Step three

Add the sweet vermouth and Campari, and mix thoroughly.

Step four

Pour the mixture into plastic shot glasses and refrigerate until set (about 2.5 hours).

Contributed by Anna Archibald