The Oroblanco

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.

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