Bu makalenin içeriğinde spritz campari ele alınmaktadır. spritz campari arıyorsanız, bu VENETIAN SPRITZ – Select Aperitivo, Aperol, Campari OR Cynar!? makalesinde Hometown Inn ile spritz campari’yi keşfedelim.

VENETIAN SPRITZ – Select Aperitivo, Aperol, Campari OR Cynar!? içindeki spritz campari ile ilgili en doğru bilgilere genel bakış

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Bu hometown-inn.com web sitesiyle, kendiniz için daha değerli anlayış için spritz campari dışındaki diğer bilgileri güncelleyebilirsiniz. HometownInn web sitesinde, sizin için her gün yeni ve doğru bilgileri her zaman güncelliyoruz, Sizin için en doğru değeri sağlama arzusuyla, Kullanıcıların İnternet’e olabildiğince çabuk bilgi ekleyebilmelerine yardımcı olun.

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Konuyla ilgili içerik spritz campari

Spritz 1800’lere kadar uzanıyor. Avusturyalılar, İtalyan şarabının çok güçlü olduğunu hissettiler ve ona bir miktar köpüklü su ile servis ettiler. Spritz daha sonra acı bileşeni – Select, Aperol, Campari veya Cynar dahil acı likörleri içeren Venedik Spritz’e dönüştü. Venetian Spritz yıllar içinde değişti ve şimdi genellikle parlak beyaz (Prosecco) kullanılarak yapılıyor ve bir portakal dilimi ile süsleniyor. Saptırılmış zeytin için de bir dizi tarif var ama bu çoğunlukla İtalyan topluluğu ve barmenler tarafından reddediliyor. Select Spritz, görünüşe göre 1950’lere kadar Venedik Spritz’in orijinal acı tercihiydi. Campari, 2000’lerin başında Aperol’ü satın aldı ve Aperol Spritz’i Signature Cocktail olarak yoğun bir şekilde pazarladı – Venedik Spritz için tercih edilen acı likör olarak güçlendirdi. Geleneksel olarak spritz büyük olasılıkla bir bardakta servis edildi, ancak bugünlerde tercih edilen içme kabı büyük bir şarap kadehi. MALZEMELER – 90ml Prosecco (3 oz) – 60ml Acı Likör (2 oz) – 30ml Köpüklü Su (1 oz) YÖNTEM 1. Büyük bir şarap bardağını buzla doldurun 2. Likörü, prosecco’yu ve bir miktar köpüklü suyu ekleyin 3. Süsleyin bir dilim portakal ile Chillhop Music’ten Müzik: .

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VENETIAN SPRITZ - Select Aperitivo, Aperol, Campari OR Cynar!?
VENETIAN SPRITZ – Select Aperitivo, Aperol, Campari OR Cynar!?

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VENETIAN SPRITZ – Select Aperitivo, Aperol, Campari OR Cynar!?.

spritz campari.

spritz campari hakkındaki bilgilerle HometownInn ‘ın size verdiği bilgilerle, size değerli olacağını umarak daha fazla bilgi ve yeni bilgiye sahip olmanıza yardımcı olacağını umuyoruz.. hometown-inn.com ‘ın spritz campari içeriğini izlediğiniz için içtenlikle teşekkür ederim.

  1. Steve the Bartender diyor ki:

    As with a lot of cocktails, people can get quite particular about how exactly the Spritz is made despite being comprised of only 3 ingredients. Hopefully you find this video helpful and make sure you try Select Aperitivo and the Cynar Spritz!! Want to learn more? Check out the books listed below…

    – SPRITZ COCKTAIL BOOK: https://amzn.to/2Oar4Mn

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  2. Sandra Butler diyor ki:

    I read about the spritz before a trip to Tuscany, as an iconic Italian drink. I really did not like the first one made with Aperol and tried it again. I prefer the bitterness of Campari and it is truly my perfect summer afternoon aperitivo,with ice and a slice of orange also visually beautiful. I will now try with Select (hopefullyI can find here in US) and Cynar to make sure I have tried them all!

  3. Lukas S diyor ki:

    I wonder, if Austrans really felt the wine being too strong. I‘d guess it was (and still is) just a very common way, to enjoy white wine with sparkling water, esp in the summer evenings. Its a very nice and refreshing drink. Around vienna in the wine mountains, you can go to farmers directly and enjoy a glass of wine or a wine with sparkling water in small localities (Heuriger). If you order your wine „gespritzt“, the soda is added. In Austria and in southern Germany you can order other drinks „gespritzt“ as well, fruit juices, especially apple juice are common. This type of drink, i.e. a stronger flavoured drink (wine /juice) dilluted with sparkling water. Is also referred to as a „Schorle“ in other parts of the German speaking world.
    So I think Austrians were very capable of drinking „strong Italian wine“. I see no reason either, why Italian wine should have been very different in strength to Austrian wine or other period wines. The Austrians simply had a recipe for their own delicious summer drink, which made its way into the drink culture of its neighbour Italy.

  4. Jason Hickerson diyor ki:

    The first Spritz I had was served to me on a Venetian beach, with Campari and an olive. The thing looked garish, bright red with a green olive. But it was the perfect thing for a hot, humid day in Venice. I love bitter, and to me the Aperol version is a laughably tame imitation. I can’t wait to try the Cynar and Select versions, and I want to try it also with my new favorite Italian amaro made by Foro. Cheers!

  5. Vazz Vegas diyor ki:

    Great video!
    On my travels through Italy I had a few Aperol Spritz and I really enjoyed them; I get why they are the go-to. To change things up I tried a Campari Spritz and it was waaay too bitter and overpowered the Prosecco. As I type this, I'm enjoying a Select Spirtz at home and it has a great aroma and color but is still a little on the bitter side. It's definitely inbetween the Aperol & Campari. Personally I'd recommend the Aperol version to a newbie and go from there.
    The Cynar version looks very appetizing!

  6. Gianmarco Castellan diyor ki:

    So glad of seeing Cynar (and also Select) on this list and your appreciation of this absolutely underrated version of the Spritz.
    I live in Veneto, Spritz is part of our culture and it's probably not even considered as a cocktail by most of the people living here (especially the older ones) and one of the best thing in general is that it has so many version that it can be easily loved by anyone. Select is our original version and we are so proud of that that we can't really totally stand the Aperol one (yes, we drink it, but it's the lesser appreciated version at all)
    Here we tend to consume more bitter version of it: lot of Select and Campari (instead of Aperol we surely love more this version), but there is a little, very specific and unknown version that, for me, is absolutely astonishing: the Cynar one.
    Cynar was originally made by a liquor distillery in Padua and it become very popular in this city to twist the original Select/Aperol/Campari Spritz with the Cynar version (or even half Cynar, half Select/Campari).
    I graduate at the University of Padua and I live in a small town in the province of Padua, so Cynar Spritz it's a very common way to drink this cocktail here, but you can easily go about 10 km far from my town and people doesn't even know that you can make Spritz with Cynar and this is, as I mentioned before, the beauty of this cocktail: you can make it as you prefer.
    Personally: Cynar is probably the best version at all! <3
    Much appreciation and love from Veneto, Italy: you are a good, totally approved, "Spritz (Cynar) guy". <3

  7. Remo Follin diyor ki:

    I'm from Venice, selection of liqueurs is spot on mate but Spritz is served in a big normal water glass with a slice of orange AND a big green olive. I see it has been made into sort of a fancy drink around the world and rest of Italy.
    I find presenting it this way is misleading, a Spritz is a people's drink and like many things in Venice it's nothing fancy
    And Carnaval costumes are not supposed to have all those panzy colours, they're supposed to be black and white

  8. Dani 3 diyor ki:

    In Brescia, quite big italian city between Milan and Venice, there is an aperitivo called "Pirlo" and similar to spritz. Pirlo is made with Campari, white still wine and sparkling water.

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