Dante Spritz, the perfect recipe for an aperitif

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Dante Spritz, the perfect recipe for an aperitif


  • 2 oz Prosecco DOC
  • 1 1/2 oz Aperitivo Noroi
  • 1 1/2 oz of Tonic 1642
  • 1 oz of chamomile infusion
  • 10 mint leaves
  • 1 grapefruit wedge
  • 1 orange wedge



  • 1 wine glass
  • 1 bar spoon
  • 1 jigger


  1. Put the mint, grapefruit wedge and orange wedge in a wine glass.
  2. Add the chamomile infusion and fill the glass with ice.
  3. Add the Aperitivo Noroi, the Tonic 1642,and complete with Prosecco DOC.
  4. Stir everything with a bar spoon, from bottom to top, then with a rotation move.
  5. Decorate your Spritz with a sprig of mint.


Cheers !



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Crédits photo: @kylacentomo et @abelaslife

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