We’ll be doing our part and drinking negronis (through June 11) at participating venues all week long, the boozy kind, and the coffee-infused kind. Here are two cafés and two bars that are participating in Negroni Week with coffee-infused (some alcoholic, some not) negronis.
Either/Or, Portland, Oregon
Featured Negroni: Negroni mocktail, equal parts house-infused non-alcoholic cascara “Campari,” cold-brew, and juniper berry “gin.”
Charity: One dollar from every mocktail sold will go to Outside In.
Antipodal: a blend of house-made grapefruit-juniper syrup, double espresso, and infused fre alcohol-removed red blend wine.
Camillo Rose: grapefruit juice infused with white tea
Costa de Cascara: a blend of espresso, cascara, and a citrus peel reduction.
Charity: a portion of proceeds from each negroni-inspired drink will be donated to Heartside Ministry in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Holy Water, San Francisco, California
Featured Negroni: Mezcal El Silencio, Coffee-infused Campari and Italian Vermouth
Charity: Art of Elysium
Empowers artists and communities of need to join together and emotionally triumph over their circumstances through art.
Hank’s Cocktail Bar, Washington, DC
Featured Negroni: the Minerva, a blend of Mezcal, house bitter coffee cordial, Campari, dolin rouge vermouth, and an orange flame, created by Hank’s head bartender Jessica Weinstein.
Charity: Miriam’s Kitchen, whose mission is to end chronic homelessness in Washington DC.
—Rachel Sandstrom Morrison is Fresh Cup‘s associate editor.