Tuc Craft Kitchen's Bitter Fruit negroni

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Negroni Week begins next Monday, and all around Vancouver, restaurants are celebrating with feature cocktails. At Tuc Craft Kitchen, the team has come up with three drinks: the Paris Block negroni, the Bitter Fruit negroni, and the Smoky SeƱorita negroni to celebrate, with a portion of the proceeds going to Water for People charity. You can try the Bitter Fruit negroni with this recipe.

2 oz. Broker's London Dry gin
1 oz. Campari
1 oz. Okanagan Spirits Rhubarb Liqueur
1/2 oz. lemon juice
absinthe, to mist

Combine ingredients, except absinthe into a shaker and fill with ice. 

Shake and double strain into a Nic and Nora glass. Mist absinthe over top.

Garnish with a ribbon of rhubarb.