I can’t get over this delicious clementine Aperol spritz. It’s mixed with two parts Aperol, clementine juice, Prosecco and soda water.
Are you up for an amazing Winter cocktail?
I’m catching the last days of some fresh clementines, that are super delicious in cocktails. I’m a huge fan of citruses like grapefruit or oranges in cocktails. And I just realized I haven’t posted a cocktail recipe with clementines yet. So let’s do that!
All you need is some Aperol, which is a bright orange, bittersweet low-alcohol liqueur. I’m changing the original recipe a bit and trust me, it’s worth it, even though I love the original as well. The original is just Aperol liqueur, Processo wine and sparkling water. The citrus flavor adds so much to this drink.
Can you make this clementine aperol spritz less alcoholic?
Yes, absolutely. Simply change a part of Prosecco with clementine juice or apple juice and your cocktail will be less boozy.
I don’t suggest replacing Prosecco with sparkling water, because the taste will be too diluted.
Are you ready to have a drink?
- 2 parts Aperol (6 cl or 2 oz)
- 2 parts freshly squeezed clementine juice (6 cl or 2 oz)
- 1 part Prosecco (3 cl or 1 oz)
- 1 part soda water (3 cl or 1 oz)
- clementine slices for garnish
Fill a large glass with ice.
Pour Aperol over the ice followed by freshly squeezed clementine juice.
Add soda water and garnish with a clementine slice.