We Have A Cocktail You’ll Wanna Mix Up Immediately And Make A Toast To For All The Spring Vibes! Dive In To Know All About This Cocktail.
Allow us the great honour of reminding you that spring is officially on the way. That first hit of flowers blooming in the moderately warm weather feels like a well-deserving prize after months of freezing the cold torture that stopped staying charming after New Year’s. So, it’s time to start shedding by ditching your layers of winterwear and hit your internal defrost button with a refreshing, Spring inspired cocktail.
As with most of the finer things in life, this weather calls for a drink. More specifically, a fresh, sweet, colourful, packed cocktail with fresh fruit and delicious spirits, and taste like vacationing on the beaches or at least drinking atop a beach towel in your lawn is all it counts for!
If you’re officially in spring-planning mode, we’re here to help out on the drink front. With March comes your brunches, and picnics beverages that fit right along with that fun and flirty spring mood. From floral sips to fruity mixes, we’ve rounded up the most seasonally suitable cocktail to welcome the new and warmer months ahead. This cocktail will instantly light up your mood the next time you’re feeling like a drink in the sun.
COCKTAIL: APEROL SUNSET
The Aperol Sunset concoction is fizzy and vibrant in flavour, softly sweet and just a tiny bit bitter for the perfect pre-dinner sip. Combine the ingredients ensuring that the drink will essentially mix itself, instead of all of the bittersweet Aperol sitting on the bottom of your glass.
• 3 oz. Prosecco or 2 oz. Tres Agaves Blanco Tequila, chilled
• 11?2 oz. Aperol
• 1 oz. agave syrup
• 3?4 oz. freshly squeezed lemon juice
• 1?2 oz. freshly squeezed grapefruit juice
• Cocktail shaker
• Ice Cubes
• Orange Wheel (for serving)
1.Get a hold of all ingredients and keep them ready.
2.Take a cocktail shaker and fill it with chilled 3 oz. Prosecco or 2 oz. Tres Agaves Blanco Tequila halfway with ice.
3.Then slowly combine in 11?2oz. Aperol, 1 oz. agave syrup, 3?4 oz. freshly squeezed lemon juice, and 1?2 oz. freshly squeezed grapefruit juice in a cocktail shaker with ice.
4.Shake vigorously and strain it into a chilled cocktail glass.
5.Gently stir once and garnish it with an orange wheel.
If you add the Aperol first, it’ll sink to the bottom of the glass and just sit there since it’s heavier than the other ingredients. And make sure that the 3 oz. Prosecco or 2 oz. Tres Agaves Blanco Tequila is chilled so it doesn’t lose its fizz.