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An Aperitif is a light, alcoholic beverage, traditionally served before a meal to ease you into the dining experience. The beauty of Aperitifs lies in their variety, these delicious drinks boast a complex tapestry of flavours, set the mood, and cleanse the palette.

Many people have embraced this lifestyle, slowly sipping their Aperitif, appreciating the intricate flavours, and relishing the moment.

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An Aperitif is an alcoholic drink, designed to be enjoyed prior to a meal, and stimulates appetite. The beauty of Aperitifs lies in their variety and complexity of flavours.

Whether you prefer light and refreshing in the summer months, or bold and bitter to warm the insides, or something in between:

Explore the world of Campari, Aperol, or Cynar for a bitter kick.

Prefer something sweet? Try a sweet vermouth or a fruity sparkling wine like Moscato d'Asti.

Refreshing and light? Opt for a dry vermouth with a splash of soda or a glass of Prosecco.

To maximise your aperitivo, set the mood with some music or open your windows to listen to the natural sounds outdoors. Aperitifs are to be enjoyed with small glasses, to avoid ruining your appetite for the following meal. Sip and savour. Enjoy the complexity of flavours, and unwind with your dining guests.

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What are some common types of Aperitifs?

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  • Popular examples of Bitters include Campari, Aperol, and Cynar. They are bold and potent, infused with botanicals like herbs and spices. 
  • Aromatic and fortified wines, vermouths come in sweet and dry varieties. They play a key role in classic cocktails and can also be enjoyed on their own.
  • From the elegant dryness of Champagne to the fruity notes of Prosecco, sparkling wines add a touch of festivity. Their light bubbles cleanse the palate and prepare it for the upcoming meal.

Can I enjoy an Aperitif if I don't drink alcohol?

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Aperitifs are a lifestyle everyone and sip into. There are many delicious non-alcoholic alternatives available, like sparkling water with a squeeze of citrus or flavoured bitters mixed with tonic water.

What is the most popular Aperitif?

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A classic aperitif depends on your personal taste preferences and cultural background. Greeks are known for their Ouzo, a strong flavoured liqueur. Spaniards opt for a fortified wine, whereas Italian drinkers love both a light, sweet Aperol, or bitter Campari.

Is Prosecco an aperitif?

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Prosecco is a popular aperitif due to its light and refreshing character. The bubbles kickstart your digestive system, lining up perfectly to consume your main meal afterwards. Prosecco is enjoyed widely in many cultures and social gatherings.

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