Recipe category: Aperitifs

An aperitif - from the Latin "aperire" (to open) - refers to drinks that are enjoyed before a meal. A good aperitif stimulates the appetite, does not affect the taste buds, and helps to relax in convivial company. All drinks that are not too sweet or too rich in alcohol are suitable as an aperitif. They should not be too abundant in terms of quantity, so that they do not burden the stomach. The classics include the Martini or the Manhattan.

Recipes of the category "Aperitifs"

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Classic with Campari

Aperol + white wine

Summer drink with Lillet

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