For the longest time, my go-to cocktail has been a classic Negroni, but recently, I’ve been enjoying a Sculaccione from "The Mozza Cookbook" by Nancy Silverton, Matt Molina and Carolynn Carreno. I'll admit, a cocktail with an Italian name made with white tequila seems a bit odd, but this blend of tequila, lime and grapefruit juice, Campari and bitters is a big hit in our household.
So many cocktails I try are just too sweet. The other night, I made, tasted and promptly poured out one made with rye, clementine juice, ginger syrup and a dash of bitters.
It was at that point that I discovered we were out of white tequila, so I couldn’t make a Sculaccione. Back to the ever-reliable Negroni until I...Jan 13, 2012 / More »
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