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Aperol spritz cocktail, one of Italy's favourite summer cocktails. I have had the pleasure of tasting in Italy and was so refreshing and tasty, ideal drink to celebrate this summer with family or friends.

Accomapanied with Ciao Bella Precesso meaning Beautiful lady, Blood orange soda water, Rustici Grisinni Italian Bread sticks, locally made Ricardos tomatoes chillie chutney and luscious Ferrero rocher.

Instructions how to prepare cocktail, pour half glass of Aperol spritz into glass with ice then fill glass with Ciao Bella Precesso and a dash of Blood orange soda water so easy, now enjoy.

Premium Aperol Spritz Italian Cocktail

  • * Aperol Spritz 750ml

    * Ciao Bella sparkling processo 750ml

    * Rustici Italian bread sticks

    * Five pack Ferrero Rocher

    * Ricardos tomato chilli chutney 280g

    *  Fever - tree 2 Blood ornage soda waters

    * Complimentary Gift Card

    * Presented in a magnetic kraft gift box with luxury ribbon


  • Aperol was not a particularly popular liqueur until the 1950s when the Aperol Spritz was developed. The Aperol Spritz is an aperitivo (a pre-dinner drink) made with three parts Prosecco to two parts Aperol and a splash of soda water, served in a large wine glass with plenty of ice cubes and garnished with an orange slice (or in Venice, a green olive). The drink became integral to the culture of northeastern Italy, where meeting friends over a Spritz is a weekly affair, and solidified Aperol’s place in Italian cocktail culture.

    Ciao Bella Processo.

    With a DOC covering nine provinces, the Italian wine style and geographical indication Prosecco is crafted from the Glera grape largely in the Italian regions of the Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia. There are also here are two Prosecco Superiore DOCGs divided by the River Piave in the Veneto’s Treviso province. Prosecco is generally produced using the Charmat as fully sparkling (spumante) or lightly sparkling (frizzante) in style but can also be a still (tranquillo) wine. This dry, aromatic and floral style sometimes includes a blend of Pinot Bianco or Pinot Grigio and is a popular aperitif or base for a Bellini or spritz cocktail.

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