Regular readers will know of my passion for Campari, but I also have a fondness for Dubonnet, which has a reputation for being naff though I don't know why. It was originally developed for French Foreign Legionnaires to take quinine in North Africa in the 1840s, apparently. This is a delicious way to use it, whether or not you have malaria, being equal quantities of gin, Dubonnet and freshly squeezed orange juice, with a couple of dashes of Angostura Bitters. Shake over ice and pour into a martini or rocks glass, garnished with a strip of orange peel. Just right to accompany the Parmesan Biscuits. Chin chin!