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Try this Easter Negroni Cocktail from Maybe Sammy

Dating back to Florence in 1919, the Negroni cocktail is said to have been created by Fosco Scarselli in his bar, Café Casoni – it has gone on to take the gin lovers’ world by storm as one of our most popular go-to tipples.

The story goes that Fosco was asked by renowned Count Camilo Negroni to strengthen his favourite cocktail – the Americano – by replacing the soda water with a splash of gin.

He also added an orange slice as a garnish, rather than the usual lemon twist and from this moment on, the Negroni was born.

Try this Easter Negroni Cocktail from Maybe Sammy
What better way to celebrate family and friends this Easter than with this Negroni version from Sydney Bar, Maybe Sammy. Located in The Rocks, the venue takes inspiration from the Roaring Fifties, the rebirth of cool and the era where fashion and fun prevailed - a time when The Rat Pack and Hollywood glamour were revered and admired.

Each and every delectable drink on the Maybe Sammy menu will take you through an eye-opening and distinct experience with a passion for drinks, music and people like you, who want to take it easy from time to time.

Perhaps select your potion from the Mirage menu, where nothing is as it seems. Inspired by natural phenomena, art and illusions, the bartenders have curated a list of 14 bespoke cocktails, with each concept delivered through experimental methodology, unique ingredients and innovative flavour combinations.

Take a sip and expect the unexpected! Cheers…

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