Aperol Spritz cocktails scream summer and holidays, and with the weather starting to warm up, what better time to practice making this delicious drink? The classic Aperol Spritz has the perfect balance of sweet and bitter notes, and there are variations you can try once you’ve mastered the traditional recipe.
A traditional Aperol Spritz is an Italian cocktail that’s based on Aperol, Prosecco and soda, but there are countless alternative recipes to try that add additional flavours and delicious ingredients into the mix.
An Aperol Spritz looks fancy but it’s a surprisingly easy drink to make and is ideal for summer, whether you’re poolside, enjoying a BBQ with friends or looking for a refreshing post-dinner drink.
Part of the reason this is such a popular cocktail recipe is that it can be tweaked to your preferences, whether you want different flavours or a non-alcoholic version. These are a few of our favourite takes on the classic Aperol Spritz cocktail.
Refreshing and fruity, this spin on the classic Aperol Spritz is one you’re going to enjoy having in your recipe repertoire.
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This recipe is ideal for those who don’t want to drink – it’s alcohol-free but doesn’t lack any of the tastiness of the traditional recipe.
Whether you want to extend your cocktail recipes or you are looking for a zesty cocktail for the warmer months that will evoke holidays and sunshine, the Aperol Spritz is a perfect choice.