Aperol Spritz may be reminiscent of sunlit evenings on the Italian Riviera, but surprisingly, the cocktail proved not all that popular on the famous ‘Boot’. It came in a respectable fourth place behind Mojito, Cosmopolitan and Negroni, suggesting that either the Italians aren’t that fond of their unofficial national drink, or that they’re already masters of making them, to the point where there’s very little need to call on Google.
Either way, if you love Aperol Spritz, we’d recommend following in the Italians’ footsteps and trying a Negroni. With similar summertime appeal, it’s the perfect drink to enjoy on a lazy afternoon in the garden. Find out how to make it in the recipe card above.