11 spritz recipes
The spritz was originally wine with a dash of soda water, before people started adding bitters and prosecco to create modern-day versions. Here are our favourite spritz ideas, using everything from vermouth to jasmine tea
Looking for spritz recipes? Want the best Aperol spritz or Campari spritz? Take a look at the cocktail recipes below and then check out more of our favourite cocktail ideas.
Best spritz recipes
Sip this spritz before a meal – mixing sparkling wine with Campari (any bitter aperitif will do), and soda water.
Whip up this classic Italian aperitif in minutes, then try our clever twists on the spritz for summer drinking.
This is an absolute classic. Not as sweet as Aperol, Campari joins sparkling wine, sparkling water and a big wedge of orange in this cocktail, which will have you feeling as though you're sipping pre-dinner drinks in Italy.
A sophisticated take on a classic cocktail, this recipe uses dry white wine (a light Italian variety) in place of the usual prosecco.
A deliciously delicate cocktail, The Hugo calls for elderflower liqueur, sparkling wine, sparkling water and a sprig of fresh mint. An ideal, refreshing sip for the summer months.
Try this take on the classic Italian spritz, flavoured with Select Aperitivo and sparkling wine. Finish with a green olive for extra sophistication. An easy drink with just three ingredients.
Cocchi jasmine tea spritz
Delicate jasmine tea, sweet peach purée and bitter Cocchi Americano vermouth come together and harmonises in this refreshing summery cocktail.
Try this non-alcoholic spritz from chef Rishim Sachdeva. Floral and citrussy, enjoy with plenty of ice and a grapefruit garnish.
Make your spritz a zesty one with this refreshing idea that combines two of Italy's most famous drinks. You'll need limoncello, sparkling wine, sparkling water and a little fresh thyme for this one.
The new spritz
Vermouth has well and truly made a comeback and we love it in this zesty spritz, topped up with white grapefruit juice and prosecco.
With hints of lavender, rose and ripe citrus, this refreshing floral cocktail, made with prosecco, is a super easy summer party drink.
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