Aperol spritz

aperol spritz

What is an Aperol Spritz?

In its simplest and classic form, Aperol Spritz is made with Prosecco, Aperol liqueur and soda water. It is also known as a Spritz Veneziano, after the city of Venice where the cocktail originated.

How to drink Aperol with prosecco and soda?

Get a taste of summer with our take on this classic Italian cocktail of Aperol, prosecco and soda. Try our proportions or adjust the ratio to taste Put a couple of cubes of ice into 2 glasses and add a 50 ml measure of Aperol to each. Divide the prosecco between the glasses and then top up with soda, if you like.

How can I Make my Aperol Spritz less boozy?

Make it less boozy. As written, your Aperol spritz is around 11 percent alcohol content by volume (Aperol is 11% ABV and Prosecco is 12%). To make it even lower in alcohol content, use proportionally more club soda and less Aperol and Prosecco.

What is the best wine for Aperol Spritz?

Its really nice when integrated into the ice as suggested in the recipe, or you can add it as a garnish at the end. Due to its Italian roots, prosecco is the wine of choice for a true Aperol spritz, though any sparkling wine will work fine. Pour this drink as tall as you like or to fill your glass.

What is Aperol Spritz made of?

Impossibly popular Aperol Spritz is a bright, colorful Italian cocktail that centers on the liqueur known as Aperol. Anybody can whip this up: the only other ingredients are delicate prosecco, club soda and fresh orange garnish. Why is Aperol Spritz so popular?

Is the Aperol Spritz making a comeback?

There’s a reason the Aperol Spritz is making a comeback. It’s one of the most popular apéritifs in Italy, and it’s as tasty as it is refreshing. Low in alcohol, aromatic with citrus and slightly bitter, Aperol pairs perfectly with chilled prosecco.

Where can you find Aperol spritzes in Italy?

Walk through an Italian town during the late-afternoon—particularly in Northern cities like Milan and Venice—and you’ll find groups of people enjoying Aperol Spritzes. The after-work spritz is a long-established Italian tradition, and fortunately, it’s one that’s easily replicated anywhere.

Is Aperol sold in Germany?

Aperol to be sold in Germany has an alcohol content of 15% to avoid German container deposit legislation regulations. The Spritz, an aperitif cocktail, is often made using Aperol. The result is known as the Aperol Spritz. As of April 2010, Aperol is the official sponsor of Moto GP, the Grand Prix of Motorcycle racing.

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