Aperol Aperitivo


Aperol is a classic Italian amaro produced in Padua, Italy. Flavored with bitter orange, gentian, rhubarb, and cinchona, among other ingredients, it is quite a bit less bitter than Campari, the amaro to which it is frequently compared. The original recipe dates back to 1919.

Aperol is used in numerous cocktails, sometimes as a more palatable substitute to Campari in drinks like the Negroni. But it is probably best known for the Aperol Spritz, a light, refreshing cocktail made with prosecco and soda water.

Proof 22 11% ABV
Type liqueur
Variety amaro liqueur
Style aperitivo
Brand Aperol
Region Padua
Country Italy
Cost USD $30 {{drinkHelpers.priceIndicator(30)}} (last verified in 2015)
Aperol Aperitivo