Steven Freihon
Sydney Mondry
Aug 20, 2016 @ 12:45 pm

It’s Friday. It’s hot. And you want to start celebrating the weekend as soon as possible. Spend less time making cocktails and more time enjoying them with this two-ingredient recipe from popular N.Y.C. spot Dante. The Garibaldi, named after Giuseppe Garibaldi, one of Italy's founding fathers, is a riff on the classic Negroni, employing Campari and orange juice for a light, refreshing sipper. For an irresistibly fluffy beverage texture, follow Dante bartender Naren Young’s lead by squeezing the orange juice into a high-speed blender. Whip up a round of Garibaldis for happy hour, or serve them during Saturday brunch. Read on below for the recipe!

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Garibaldi

Ingredients
1 1/2 oz Campari
Fresh orange juice
Orange wedge, for garnish

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Directions
Add 2 ice cubes to a highball glass. Add Campari and a little of the OJ. Stir well to combine. Add 1 more ice cube and fill remainder of glass with OJ. Garnish with an orange wedge.

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