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“Next you’ll want to try Aperol, which is bitter orange liqueur from the same company — it’s hard to find though.”
“Right now, sitting in the evening sun outside my London home, I want to sip something refreshing and aromatic, like an Aperol spritz—something to go with the Italian terrace I am dreaming of.”
“Look no further than Aperol Bitters, a $10 blend of Scotch whisky, grapefruit juice, blood orange bitters and Aperol, a sweet ringer for Campari but with less punch.”
“She often serves Prosecco or spritzers made with the Italian aperitif Aperol, which has summery flavors like bitter orange and rhubarb.”
“She'll also prepare spritzers made with the Italian aperitif Aperol, which has summery flavors like bitter orange and rhubarb.”
“Searching for something that uses both Aperol and St. Germain, I discovered this recipe on the blog of my favorite bar in Texas.”
“To fully appreciate Aperol and St. Germain, try these six cocktails from some of our favorite American bars.”
“With the flavorful liqueurs Aperol and St. Germain”
“Aperol, a brightly colored Italian aperitif that tastes of oranges and rhubarb, is the perfect balance of sweetness and bitterness.”
“At home we'll make Campari or Aperol, soda and Prosecco.”
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