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Aperol

(70cl, 11%)

Aperol

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Aperol Bottling Note

A classic rhubarb and orange flavoured aperitif from Italy. The original recipe for Aperol dates back to 1919. The drink gained great popularity after the Second World War and is quite similar to Campari.

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Aperol Reviews

Aperol Refreshing and light

Love Aperol and Proseco with a slice of orange - so cool and refreshing on a warm day or really anytime

25th January 2015

Dream Aperitivo !

Aperol is the king of aperitivo, it is full flavoured and deliciously refreshing. It balances sweet and bitter perfectly.
Try it with ice and a slice of lemon (my favourite) or with soda or prosecco for a longer drink. Either way, it is delicious and refreshing.
Just what is it with us Italians ?

17th June 2014

Delicious

Tried this in Italy and fell in love with it.

25th January 2013

Mrs

Brilliiant

25th October 2012

Summer in a glass!

I discovered this recently on a trip to Italy. I have always loved Campari, but I now prefer this - the wonderful orange scent has to be smelt. Its not a sweet orange, but more the proper scent from the orange peel. Nice neat or with soda or tonic.

25th September 2012

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