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Aperol Spritz, a refreshing warm weather cocktail

Aperol is an Italian aperitif created in 1919 in Padua, Italy. The Barbieri Brothers created Aperol of a secret blend of herbs and roots. Now own by Italy’s Gruppo Campari, the recipe remains the same as it was almost a century ago. One of Aperol’s characteristics is its low alcohol content of just 11%. That makes it refreshing and still able to enjoy for an early afternoon cocktail.
Lunchtime is a great time to enjoy an Aperol spritz. When the weather warms up and the outdoor patios open up, a cold drink to sip while enjoying lunch.
Aperol Spritz is an easy to make cocktail for your next outdoor cookout to get the party started. Fill some wine glasses with a few ice cubes and add 3 Parts Cinzano Prosecco 2 Parts Aperol 1 Dash Soda Ice and a slice of Orange Add ice and a slice of orange, pour in the Prosecco, the Aperol and add a dash of soda. This avoids the Aperol settling at the bottom.
If you want to try the Aperol Spritz in Miami head over to Area 31 or Toscana Divino and enjoy one with brunch.