Aperol Spritz: A taste of Italy

Over Summer I have been drinking a little something that has been very refreshing, this Halloween I think it would be the perfect drink to celebrate the spooky season. With it's orange colour, this special drink is something which would stand out on the table at any adult's Halloween party.

Aperol Spritz

Aperol the award-winning Italian aperitif was first created back in 1919 in Padua, it has now gone on to be a popular drink loved by many. A mix of bitter orange, gentian, rhubarb and cinchona, you can enjoy it as a fruity and refreshing cocktail. You are able to create Aperol drink with ease, why not make a large bucket of the fruity drink to celebrate Halloween?

To create this delicious drink you will need:

Wine Glasses
Soda water
1 orange

First get your wine glass and pop in a few cubes of ice and chunks of cut up orange.
Get you glass and pour in around three parts of Prosecco
Follow this by adding two parts of Aperol
Top up the glass with one part of soda water

Aperol Spritz

To make a large batch of this drink, you will need to work out the size of the container you are using and measure it against a wine glass. To create that spooky feeling why not add in an ice hand or iced fingers to the large container?

Overall I am a massive fan of this drink. I am not a large drinker and this drink allows me to get away with not sipping on to much alcohol. I love the taste of this drink, it is something which I do not normally drink however it has amazed me to see how much I like it. I love the fruity twist of orange in this drink and I am looking forward to trying other combinations of this drink in the future. 

Need a little help? Click here for more Aperol cocktails and click here to watch the official Aperol Spritz ‘perfect serve’ video which shows you how to make a fantastic cocktail too.

Aperol Spritz

*We received the ingredients to create this recipe for the purpose of this review.  All thoughts and opinions are of our own.

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