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Aperol, an orange-red liquor invented by the Barbieri brothers in Padova in 1919, is a go-to Spritz option. Low in alcohol, pleasantly citrusy and slightly bitter, it is a light and fresh aperitif that owes its flavors and aromas to sweet and bitter oranges, rhubarb, and gentian root.
Black Eagle Anisette is a refreshing liqueur from Malta created from a blend of anise, aromatic plants and herbs. It is best enjoyed as a long drink with ice and water, orange or pineapple juice, cola, lemonade, blackcurrant or tonic water.
Branca Menta is the mint version of Fernet Branca. It’s too 40% alcohol and has a very firm herbal, bitterness, but it is supplemented by an intense mint scent. Like Fernet Branca, you can drink it mixed with cola. Or, you can serve it straight on ice.
Cynar is an Italian bitter liqueur of the amaro variety. It is made from 13 herbs and plants, predominant amongst which is the artichoke, from which the drink derives its name. Cynar is dark brown in color, has a bittersweet flavor, and its strength is 16.5% ABV.
The Kinnie Spritz blends together a unique mix of natural bitters and botanicals along with Italian sparkling wine from the Veneto region. And the best part is that it comes in a ready-to-drink bespoke retro bottle, making it the perfect beverage to be carrying out during summer’s hot days.
Punt e Mes “one point and a half”) is an Italian vermouth. It is dark brown in color and has a bitter flavor. According to its producer, the name refers to the flavor being characterized as half a “point” of bitterness and one “point” of sweetness.