Aperol is produced for the first time in 1919 in Padua by Fratelli Barbieriche emphasizes the revolutionary idea of a light and pleasant aperitif, at only 11 °. Since then, Aperol's popularity has grown exponentially, thanks to its fresh flavor and its ability to mix with various other drinks, giving an unmistakable taste even to the most elaborate cocktails. Acquired in the nineties by Barbero 1891, Aperol is now part of the Campari Group, and has reached new records of popularity and popularity.
The name reveals everything: Aperol is the perfect aperitif. With a bright orange color has a unique taste, thanks to the secret recipe, never changed over time and with infusions of selected ingredients of sweet and sour oranges, many other herbs (including rhubarb) and roots, all dosed with perfect proportions.
Nose: Slightly alcoholic, flavored with orange with attractive hints of herbs, harmonized with a touch of vanilla.
Body: Intense orange on the surface with pleasantly bittersweet notes of wood.
Texture: Velvety and round, with flavors of orange and wood.
Aftertaste: Typical and pleasant sweet and sour aftertaste.