It’s exactly 101 years since the Negroni was first created in a Florence cocktail bar—a heady mix of gin, Campari and sweet vermouth mixed up for Count Camillo Negroni by bartender friend Fosco Scarselli. A century later, cocktails are just as much part of the city’s social scene, as witnessed by the variety and creativity on display during Florence Cocktail Week in September. While we’re at home this winter and many of us are unable to travel, there’s no reason not to indulge in something more exciting than a glass of wine to spice up the long winter nights. An oak-infused old fashioned with Netflix? Coffee and maple margarita with your midweek carbonara? To give some inspiration, five much-loved bars in Florence have shared the recipes for their most iconic cocktails to enjoy in isolation. Cin cin!