Spritz cocktail traces its roots back to the 19th century in northeastern Italy, where it gained popularity as a refreshing aperitif. Originally crafted as a way to dilute the local wine, the classic Spritz evolved with the addition of sparkling water and bitter liqueurs like Aperol or Campari, resulting in its distinctive bittersweet profile. Over time, it has become a beloved Italian tradition, enjoyed for its vibrant flavors and light, sociable character.
Spritz cocktail offers a harmonious blend of effervescent Prosecco, bittersweet Aperol, and a hint of citrus from the orange, resulting in a refreshing and well-balanced flavor profile.
New Era Drinks
6 cl Prosecco
4 cl Aperol
splash of soda water
slice of orange
1. Fill a wine glass with ice cubes.
2. Add Prosecco, followed by Aperol.
3. Top it off with a splash of soda water.
4. Stir gently.
5. Garnish with a slice of orange.