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Shake It Up: The Boulevardier

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By Jenna Ingraham
Portrait by Gary James

Find some religion at The Wilder with a Boulevardier cocktail. “If something is bothering you or you need to make a big decision, sit with a Boulevardier. By the time you’re done, things should become a little clearer—or not,” preaches Minister of Beverage Marko Tomovic from his pulpit, a cozy bar stool inside The Wilder’s posh lounge. The Boulevardier is a classic Negroni but instead of using gin, Tomovic includes small-batch bourbon made in Park City, Utah. This variation on the Negroni offers an alternative for the Manhattan loyalist as a spirit-forward sipping cocktail that can take the edge off after a long day. Amen to that.
701 E. Broward Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, intothewilder.com

2 parts High West American Prairie Bourbon
1 part Campari
1 part Cocchi di Torino

Garnish with an orange peel, expressed and inserted into the cocktail.

This article originally appeared in our Spring 2018 Issue.

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