A Complete Guide to the Classic Italian Cocktail (with Recipe)
The style of bitter aperitif was made up of a unique blend of herbs and botanicals, with gentian, rhubarb, and cinchona making up the main ingredients.
The concept of a German Spritzen was introduced in the 1800s after Austro-Hungarian soldiers found Italian wines to be too strong.
Since its inception midway through the 20th century, the Aperol Spritz cocktail has become engrained in Italian culture.
Aperol has become the best-selling spirit in Italy, and the Aperol Spritz continues to expand its popularity throughout the world.
– 3 parts of Prosecco – 2 parts of Aperol – 1 part of club soda or other unflavored sparkling water Click below for full recipe and instructions
Check out all the Variations on the Classic Aperol Spritz Click Below