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Aperol is an ideal aperitif drink, bright orange in color, with low alcohol content. The refreshing bitter-sweet taste is created thanks to the process of infusion of a mixture of high-quality herbs and roots. Aperol was created by the Barbieri brothers and first presented in 1919 at the International Fair in Padua. Aperol soon became one of the most popular Italian drinks, conquering the world today. The original recipe remains unchanged and is kept secret to this day. Aperol is a social connecting element that unites people. It's about enjoying positive and carefree moments, even at home, with anyone. You just need a few ingredients to recreate the Italian aperitif mood, are you ready?
The easiest way to make the perfect Aperol Spritz yourself:
Cooking time: 2 minutes
· Fill a wine glass with ice
· Mix Aperol and Cinzano Pro-Spritz in equal parts
· Add a little carbonated water
· Garnish with a slice of orange.
Now, all you need is to invite your friends and treat them to Aperol Spritz! The drink goes well with food and light snacks! The tradition of aperitifs, born in Veneto, suggests that Aperol Spritz is served with traditional snacks, so-called "chicketti" and other small dishes, which usually include tiny sandwiches, olives, cheeses and other variations of Italian snacks. Although over the years, Aperol Spritz has become a universal drink for any occasion: it is most pleasant to enjoy it as a real Italian aperitif before dinner. This is a great option for gatherings with colleagues and friends, during an informal meeting as an accompaniment to food. Today Aperol is available in the following volumes: 0.7 l, 1.0 l, 3.0 l and a set of Aperitif Aperol + Cinzano Pro-Spritz.
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