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The Spritz: the real recipe for one of the most famous classic cocktails in Italy.


For 1 person
6 cl Prosecco
4 cl Aperol
2 cl sparkling water

How to make

Technique: straight to the glass / Glass: tasting glass / Type: long drink (12cl) / Time: 3 mn
  1. Fill a glass with ice.

  2. Pour the Prosecco, Aperol and sparkling water directly into the glass.

  3. Stir with a mixing spoon.

  4. Decorate with a zest or a slice of orange.


The Spritz is one of the new classic IBA cocktails, it originates from Italy. The real Spritz recipe is always composed of Prosecco, Aperol and sparkling water.

Aperol was born shortly after 1912, when brothers Luigi and Silvio Barbieri took over the family liquor company in Padua, an Italian city near Venice. The term "Aperol" is also taken from the French word "Apéro".

Around the 1950s, the Spritz recipe began to emerge, and the reputation of this Wine-Based Aperitif (ABV) then grew very quickly in Italy.