Italy's Most Popular Mixer

Aperol has a unique bittersweet taste and bright orange color derived from a secret and original recipe that has remained unchanged over time as a result of the hard work of seven years of experimentation. Below we have four Aperol cocktail recipes that mix Aperol with gin, tequila, prosecco, or bourbon. There's a flavor to satisfy every palate!

Lightly alcoholic, Aperol is an infusion of oranges, herbs, and roots in a perfectly balanced combination. It's got a zesty orange appeal that leads to complex herbal nuances all harmonizing with a touch of vanilla. It's velvety and rounded with a long-lasting floral-orange finish.


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Aperol Spritz

3 Parts Chilled Mionetto Prosecco

2 Part Aperol

1 Part Club Soda

1 Orange Wedge

Fill a wine glass with ice, add prosecco, Aperol and club soda. Garnish with a fresh orange wedge.


Summer Negroni

2 Parts Greenhook Gin

1 Part Aperol

1 Part Carpano Antica Formula

1 Lux Ice Ball


In the bottom of a cocktail shaker muddle raspberries and then measure all the ingredients into the shaker. Fill with ice, shake until well-chilled and strain into a rock glass with 1 Lux ice ball.

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Paper Plane

1 Part Aperol

1 Part Bourbon Wild Turkey Russels 10

1 Part Lemon Juice

1 Part Amaro Montenegro

Add the bourbon, Aperol, Amaro Montenegro and lemon juice into a shaker with ice and shake until well-chilled. Strain into a coupe glass.


Aperol Paloma

1 Part Aperol

1 Part La Gran Senora Blanco Tequila

2 Lime Wedge

2 Parts fresh squeezed grapefruit juice

½ Part Agave Syrup

Add the Aperol , tequila, fresh grapefruit juice and 1 squeezed lime-wedge into a shaker filled with ice and shake until well-chilled.  Pour into a highball glass filled with ice and garnish with a lime wedge.

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