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Italicus Cocktails

by Chris Harrison 1 min read

Italicus Cocktails

Italicus is a delightful liqueur that's breathing new life into an old type of Italian apertivo, Rosolio, traditionally made with rose petals. Since winning the 2017 "Best New Spirit/Cocktail Ingredient" award at Tales of the Cocktail, Italicus has taken the cocktail world by storm - and for good reason. Redolent with floral and citrus flavors, it's just a tad sweet and is going to be a favorite for spring and summer cocktails.

Italicus Spritz

Italicus Spritz cocktail on outdoor tableA luscious cocktail that's begging to be drank poolside. Sparkling wine and Italian liqueurs are a natural combination and the addition of passionfruit gives it a tropical twist. Recipe for Italicus Spritz.

Paradisi

Cocktail on outdoor tableThis savory cocktail has an abundance of citrus flavor, thanks to the marriage of Rio Red Grapefruit Cordial, fresh lemon juice, and Italicus's bergamot. Use a dry gin to let the citrus shine, or experiment with a floral gin for a more complex drink. Recipe for Paradisi

Tonico di Corte

cocktail on outdoor tablePut a little dynamismo in your G&T! Recipe for Tonico di Corte. 

Fumo e Fiori

cocktail on outdoor tableA smokey, flowery take on the Paloma cocktail. For an extra punch of flavor, try substituting a portion of the tequila with mezcal. Recipe for Fumo e Fiori.



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