With an Oroblanco Twist

A San Francisco's restaurant twist on a classic is inspired by seasonal citrus

The Oroblanco is a cross between a grapefruit and a pummelo and grows, to our knowledge, exclusively in California. As part of their farmer’s market cocktail series, the good bar folks at Chaya did well to blend it with Distillery No. 209, which is a very citrusy gin and Campari. The Oroblanco Negroni is fresh and delicious and and boozy enough to quell your wintertime blues. (We’ve modified their recipe slightly by using Dolin dry vermouth instead of sweet.)

The Blanco Negroni

IngredientsChaya's Blanco Negroni

1 oz. Oroblanco juice
1.5 oz. Distillery No. 209 gin
1/2 oz. Dolin dry vermouth
1/2 oz. Campari


Shake and strain over ice.
Garnish with a twist from the Oroblanco.