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Bright orange in colour, Aperol has a unique bitter sweet taste derived from a secret recipe that has remained unchanged since its creation. An infusion of bitter sweet orange, herbs and roots in a perfectly balanced combination. Aperol's strength is its low alcohol content, only 11%, making it a versatile cocktail ingredient in style bars around the world. However Aperol's global success is due to its signature serve, The Aperol Spritz. Just add ice to a large wine glass and pour in 3 parts Prosecco, 2 parts Aperol and 1 part soda, garnish with a slice of orange.
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Aperol is light on alcohol at only 11 2 per cent by volume, but has a rich, complex taste deriving from the infusion of a blend of high-quality herbs and roots. The original recipe has remained unchanged and a secret to this day.
Aperol was launched in 1919 at the Padua International Fair. Created by the Barbieri brothers, Aperol soon became one of the Italians' favourite liqueur. It is light on alcohol at only 11 1 per cent by volume, but has a rich, complex taste deriving from the infusion of a blend of high-quality herbs and roots. The original recipe has remained unchanged and a secret to this day. In the immediate post-war period and in later years, Aperol became popular all over Italy, particularly with young people, people with an active lifestyle and women. Nowadays, Aperol is distributed in dozens of countries worldwide.
Aperol is Italy's number one spirit. The signature serve, Aperol Spritz originated in the Venito region of Italy. The simple recipe of Prosecco, Aperol and soda water is called the Aperol Spritz and over 300,000 Aperol Spritz are served everyday around Venice in cafes and bars.
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