The popular Italian aperitif is making a comeback for a reason. The coral-hued Aperol Spritz is one of the most popular aperitifs in Italy, and for good reason. Low in alcohol, aromatic with citrus and slightly bitter, Aperol pairs seamlessly with chilled Prosecco to whet the appetite.
Aperitif is an adorable size and the gold foil on the cover makes it an ideal holiday gift for your favorite happy hour partner, coworker, Fun Aunt/Uncle -- you get the idea. There's a ton of recipes packed into this little book, sprinkled with sweet & inspiring photos.
Aperitif is a gorgeous celebration of a ritual we can now all enjoy. Illustrated with sumptuous photographs taken on location in France, this beautiful volume comes complete with more than fifty recipes for fruit wines, classic aperitifs, and non-alcoholic drinks, as well as the simple but sophisticated finger foods that accompany them.
A compilation of various amuse bouche ideas to help you pick a good selection of tiny party food appetizers for your guests. You will have a choice of veg and non-veg bite sized hors d'oeuvres recipes, which will help you to get inspired, even when you need a quick amuse bouche for your invited guests!
Cherry Vodka. Cherry brandy, cherry vodka, cherry liqueurs: These are the obvious consequence of Eastern Europe's famous and abundant cherry orchards, of which there are just as many in Poland as there are in provincial Russia. Do note that this recipe works for any kind of fruit that is not too sweet.
Looking for an aperitif? Look no further, make the ideal drink to stimulate your appetite with these refreshing aperitif cocktail recipes from Jamie Oliver.