A Negroni cocktail with an orange twist and parsley garnish
Photography, Jasmine DeBoer

Rosemary Negroni

Piano Piano's 'Rosemary Negroni' has a fragrant twist.

Toronto restaurant Piano Piano adds a herbaceous twist to its Negroni with locally made gin (Dillon’s Dry 7) that’s lovingly infused with rosemary.

A Negroni cocktail with an orange twist and parsley garnish

Rosemary Negroni

Toronto restaurant Piano Piano uses rosemary-infused gin in their Negroni
Course cocktail, drink
Cuisine Italian
Servings 1


  • ice
  • 1 oz rosemary-infused Dillon’s Dry Gin No. 7 see note
  • 1 oz Campari
  • 1 oz Cocchi Rosa
  • 1 orange peel for garnish
  • 1 sprig parsley for garnish (optional)


  • Fill a mixing glass with ice. Top with rosemary-infused gin, Campari and Cocchi Rosa. Stir to chill. Fill a rocks glass with ice. Strain gin mixture into glass; twist orange peel overtop to release essential oil, then drop into cocktail. Garnish with parsley sprig, if using.


To make rosemary-infused gin, add 1 bunch of fresh rosemary to 750 mL of Dillon’s Dry Gin No. 7. Stir; refrigerate for 48 hours. Strain into a large measuring cup, then transfer back into bottle. Refrigerate until your next Rosemary Negroni.


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