The Scarlet Macaw Easy Negroni Cocktail

From a negroni like base of Lucky Sign Gin, Campari, and amaro, with additions of rosemary-orange simple syrup, lime juice, apple brandy and bitters, a bright and happy sip is born. Though this is in a large Collins glass rather than the ordinary negroni glass, it has the basic elements of a negroni with a little bit more of a decadent flavor. Contribution of the Omni William Penn Hotel Speakeasy from our 2024 cocktail shake-off.

Where is the Omni William Penn Hotel Speakeasy?

A traditional speakeasy can only be found by those in the know about their location. Thankfully, we no longer live in the Prohibition era and there’s no need to whisper secret passwords to get into bars. But, as a TABLE reader, you’re now one of those in the know people for the 1920’s themed social lounge in downtown’s landmark William Penn Hotel in the space under the hotel’s lobby. A negroni spinoff is a perfect cocktail for a glamorous hideaway like that, with some extra flair from the apple brandy and lime juice.


  • 1 ½ oz Lucky Sign Gin
  • ¼ oz amaro
  • ½ oz Campari
  • ½ oz orange and rosemary simple syrup
  • ½ oz lime juice
  • ¼ oz apple brandy
  • 4 dashes Angostura Bitters


  1. Add ice to a shaker.
  2. Pour in gin, Amaro, Campari, simple syrup, lime, apple brandy, and bitters.
  3. Shake for 10-15 seconds.
  4. Strain over ice into a Collins glass.

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Recipe by Jesse Marino, Jacob Hunt, and Jamelia Gramz / Story by Emma Riva / Photography by Dave Bryce

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