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Aperol Spritz

Aperol Spritz
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Despite being low on alcohol and high on refreshment, Aperol spritzes are ultra-refreshing, not-too-sweet bubbly cocktails. They have been a favorite cocktail for more than two centuries. While they can be made with any amaro or liqueur as a base, Aperol is the most commonly known version.

Spritzes are a beverage that dates back to the 19th century when the Austro-Hungarian Empire controlled the region. Upon tasting Italian wines for the first time, Austro-Hungarian soldiers found them too strong for their palate, so they spritzed their glasses with water to dilute the flavor.

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  1. Fill the wine glass with ice.
  2. Mix all ingredients and gently stir. Garnish with an orange slice(optional)

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