Allan's Spritz Aperol

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Author Notes: My friends Allan and John just returned from a trip to Venice, Italy. While in Venice, they noticed people ordering large pitchers filled with an orange liquid. The beverage turned out to be not Orange Kool-Aid, but Spritz Aperol.

Aperol comes from Padua and was originally created in 1919. Some of the ingredients are bitter orange, gentian, rhubarb and cinchona.

As Allan says: "One of the things we like about it is that it's light in both flavor and
alcohol--a change from our usual brain-numbing martinis--giving us a gentler
launch into the evening."

I looked online, and didn't see Allans's recipe so give him full credit! It also counts as a punch because it has fruit in it!

You will see a picture when I have luck in uploading it.


Serves as many as you like

  • Equal Part Aperol (In most liquor stores - made by Campari)
  • Equal Part Prosecco (no need for the expensive stuff)
  • Equal Part Sparkling Water
  • 1 Orange Segment for Each Glass
  • Ice for Each Glass
  1. In pitcher or punch bowl add Aperol, Prosecco, Sparkling Water.
  2. Add ice and orange segment to each glass.
  3. Pour, toast and drink!

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