Which translates to “summer red wine.” As the name suggests, it’s a refreshing summer drink that’s super easy to make.
INGREDIENTS: – Red Wine – Lemon Soda – Citrus Add On – Vermouth
Making the drink requires a large jug and all the ingredients listed above. Mix, garnish with the citrus fruit slices, give it a quick stir and serve!
Made mainly in Germany and Austria, translates to “glow wine,” which is exactly how you’ll feel after drinking it outside in the cold.
INGREDIENTS: – 1/2 medium orange – 3/4 cup water – 1/4 cup granulated sugar – 20 whole cloves – 2 cinnamon sticks – 2 whole star anise – 1 (750 mL) bottle of dry red wine
Boil water and sugar until the sugar has dissolved. Reduce the heat and add cloves, cinnamon, star anise, orange zest and fresh orange juice. Simmer and stir for at least 20 minutes and it’ll be ready to serve!
Originating from Italy, Bellini’s were invented in the 1930s and are named for the famous Italian painter.
INGREDIENTS: – Sparkling wine – White peach nectar or puree
Variations on this original recipe are a Puccini (using fresh mandarin juice instead of peach purée), a Rossini (using fresh strawberry purée), and a Tintoretto (using fresh pomegranate juice).
Originating in Florence, Italy, this drink was named for Count Negroni.
INGREDIENTS: – 1 oz gin – 1 oz Campari – 1 oz sweet red vermouth – Half an orange slice for garnish
Pour into an old-fashioned glass over ice, stir, garnish and enjoy!
Yes, this drink is European, invented in the 1980s by a slick bartender in London, England, for a famous supermodel.
INGREDIENTS: – 1.5 oz Vodka – 1 oz Kahlúa – 2 tsp Sugar Syrup – 1.5 oz strong Espresso
Shake well in your cocktail shaker with ice and pour into a martini glass. You should have a nice foamy top. Garnish with some whole coffee beans, serve and enjoy!
This cocktail recipe dates back to the 1800s and has undergone modifications to get to where it is today.
INGREDIENTS: – 3 oz Prosecco – 2 oz Aperol – Splash of soda water – Half an orange slice to garnish
Pour Prosecco and Aperol into a wine glass filled with ice, then add a splash of soda water, stir, and enjoy!