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How to make an Aperol Spritz



If you are looking for a light aperitif to serve before a meal, make a classic Aperol spritz. To make this quick cocktail, pour some Aperol and Prosecco over the ice. Add it with the club's soda and garnish with an orange wedge. You can also make a large amount of spirits in a pot or try a hibiscus and rum variation. For a tropical take an Aperol spritz, include passion fruit and lime juice and change the sparkling rosé for prosecco.
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  • Ingredients

    Edit Aperol Spritz Cocktail [1]

    • 2 ounces (59 ml) Aperol
    • 3 ounces (88 ml) of prosecco, cooled
    • 1
      ounce (30 ml) club soda
    • 1 orange wedge for serving
    • Ice

    Make 1 cocktail

    Edit Pitcher of Aperol Spritz [2]

    • of prosecco, chilled
    • by Aperol
    • of seltzer water, cooled
    • 4 orange wedges for serving
    • Ice

    Make 4 cocktails

    Edit Tropical Rosé Aperol Spritzer [3]

    • 2 ounces (59 ml) Aperol
    • 1 ounce (30 ml) passion juice juice, chilled
    • 1/2 ounce (15 ml) lime juice, chilled
    • 1 ounce (30 ml) of sparkling water, cooled
    • 3 ounces (88 ml) of sparkling rosé, chilled
    • 1 orange or lemon wedge for serving
    • Ice

    Make 1 cocktail

    Edit Pitcher of Hibiscus and Aperol Spritzer [4]

    • of ginger syrup
    • of hibiscus
    • of white rum
    • 6 ounces (177 ml) freshly squeezed lemon juice
    • 3 ounces (88 ml) of Aperol
    • 1 25-ounce (750 ml) bottle of dry sparkling wine, chilled
    • Fresh berries for garnish
    • Ice

    Make 8 to 12 servings

    Edit Step

    Edit Aperol Spritz Cocktail

    1. Fill a wine glass with ice. Take out a wine glass that holds at least 8 to 10 ounces (236 to 295 ml) of liquid. Fill the glass with ice cubes.
    2. Pour prosecco, Aperol and club soda into the glass. Pour 3 ounces (88 ml) of cooled prosecco into ice-filled wine glasses. Immediately pour 2 ounces (59 ml) of Aperol and 1 ounce (30 ml) of chlorine soda over it.
    3. Touch and garnish the cocktail with an orange wedge. Use a spoon spoon to stir the cocktail until combined. Then place 1 orange wedge directly in the cocktail just before serving.
      • If you prefer, hang the orange wedge on the edge of the wineglass.

    Edit Aperol Spritz

    1. Pour prosecco, Aperol and seltzer water in a pot. Take out a large serving jug and pour the chilled prosecco, the Aperol and the chilled salt water into it.
    2. Touch the ingredients. Use a large spoon to stir the ingredients in the pot until combined and uniform in color. Avoid agitating too much, or the prosecco and seltzer water will lose its fizz faster.
    3. Fill 4 serving glasses with ice and pour into the cocktail. Fill 4 wine glasses or large tumblers with ice just before you are ready to serve. Divide the cocktail into the pot between the glasses and then garnish them with orange wedges.
      • Avoid mixing the chef's pot in advance because prosecco and seltzer water will lose their fizz.

    Edit Tropical Rosé Aperol Spritzer

    1. Fill a large glass with ice. Take out a large wine glass or tumbler and fill it completely filled with ice.
    2. Pour ingredients into stock. To give spritzer a distinct look, pour in the following chilled ingredients in order and avoid touching the beverage:
      • 2 ounces (59 ml) Aperol
      • 1 ounce (30 ml) of passion juice juice
        1/2 ounce (15 ml) of lime juice
        1 ounce (30 ml) of sparkling water
      • 3 ounces (88 ml) of sparkling rosé
    3. Taste the cocktail with an orange or lemon wedge before serving it. Release the disc into the cocktail or hang the wedge on the edge of the cocktail glass.
      • If you want to add a tropical garnish, consider adding a pineapple dish or fresh pineapple leaves.

    Edit Hibiscus and Aperol Spritzer

    1. Put syrup, tea, rum, lemon juice and Aperol in a pot. Take out a large serving jar and pour into ginger syrup, hibiscus, white cream, 6 ounces (177 ml) freshly squeezed lemon juice and 3 ounces (88 ml) Aperol.
        Make an Aperol Spritz Step 10.jpg
      • Hibiscus and Aperol will give the cocktails a bright red hue.
    2. Stir and cool the mixture for up to 1 day. Use a long spoon to stir the liquids until combined. If they are cold and you get ready to serve the cocktails, you can continue to make them. If the liquid needs to cool or you want to do it in advance, cool the mixture for up to 1 day.
    3. Pour in sparkling wine and stir it gently. Open a chilled 25-ounce (750 ml) bottle of dry sparkling wine and pour into the jug with the Aperol mixture. Avoid stirring too much, or the wine will lose its fizz.
    4. Fill the serving glasses with ice and pour the cocktail into them. Fill as many wine glasses or tumblers as you like with ice. Then pour the Aperol Spritz cocktail into them and garnish the drinks with fresh berries.
      • Consider garnish with raspberries, strawberries or blackberries.

    Edit Things You Need

    Edit Aperol Spritz Cocktail

    • Wine Glass
    • Barsked
    • Measuring cup

    Edit Pitcher of Aperol Spritz

    • Measuring cup
    • Wing glasses or tumblers
    • Great spoon
    • Food Lush

    Edit Tropical Rose Aperol Spritzer

    • Measure Cup
    • Wineglass or tumbler

    Edit Pitcher of Hibiscus and Aperol Spritzer

    • Measuring Cup
    • Food Lush
    • Great spoon
    • Wine glass Eye

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