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If you need a digestivo that is lighter and brighter after a summer barbecue, try an Amaro Tonic. We call this one Venetian Mask. Popular in Venice, where the heat and the close quarters of summer tourists can be consuming, you may find yourself in a little corner bar unknown to the world. Celebrate this find! A spritz is likely to be served, over ice, if you ask, the server will make an Amaro Tonic, a similar feel to spritz, and a little less boozy. Prepare this for dinner or after dinner, a great treat!
In Collins glass or wine glass build drink;
1.75 oz Amaro - We Like Cardomaro, a wine based Amaro. Or Amaro Nonino as a sweet, luxury.
3-4 oz Indian Tonic Water
Lemon wheel garnish
½ - 1 oz Bitter Liqueur like Campari or Cappelletti
½ - 1 oz Sweet Red Vermouth like Cocchi or Punt o Mes
4 oz Top Note Bitter Lemon Soda
Build ingredients in a highball glass except bitter liqueur. Ice. Drizzle red liqueur over ice and garnish with lemon peel twirl.
Sbagliato - Inspired by Zarlettis, Milwaukee, WI
A twist on Negroni Classic - Lighter and easier to drink
2 oz Top Note Grapefruit Soda
2 oz Barolo Chinato (or a high quality Sweet Vermouth)
2 oz Campari (or a bitter liqueur of your choice)
Combine all ingredients over ice in a rocks glass, Gently stir and enjoy.