If you’ve watched Season 1 of Netflix’s current iteration of “Queer Eye,” you know all about the hillbilly margarita, a bastardization of the classic tequila cocktail that features good old Mountain Dew as the mixer. As a person who happily imbibes tequila and Squirt (the Mexican version, made with cane sugar) on the regular, I didn’t really bat an eye. But I got really curious about such questionably named cocktails when I overheard my friends ordering a Spaghett. The bartender took a rocks glass, poured the contents of the neck of a Miller High Life into it, and replaced that volume of beer with Campari. The resulting hot pink drink looks appealing and tastes remarkably, well, delightful, especially to us Negroni lovers at the bar. I started asking around about this oddball drink with a name that’s reminiscent of the “Sopranos.” My (younger, cooler) Facebook friends chimed in with “oh, yeah that’s called a hobo Negroni, been drinking them as shifties for years.” The Spaghett, apparently, is frequently made with Aperol, another Italian bitter aperitivo similar to Campari, and a dash of fresh lemon juice to resemb...