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An ode to Northern California, the Cold in the Shadows hints at San Francisco’s chilly umbra, even in the warmest of months.
A combination of amaro, tonic and lemon, the Blood Moon ticks all the aperitivo boxes.
Expanding the repertoire of classic aperitivo cocktails, Joe Campanale adds his Frozen Sgroppino, a mix of vodka, lemon sorbet and prosecco.
Alta Linea’s Frozen Negroni takes the classic Italian staple and dresses it up in a new summer look by way of grapefruit sorbet.
This version of the Garibaldi dials back the Campari and gets topped with prosecco.
Everyone should have a house spritz—a seasonal standard whose proportions are known by heart and ingredients are stocked easily. This is ours.
The St-Germain Cocktail, the classic spritz variation fueled by the iconic elderflower liqueur, embodies the spirit of low-alcohol conviviality prevalent throughout Europe.
Take frozen rosé and lemonade and smush it all together,” says Rob Krueger, and you wind up with the immediately enjoyable and supremely crushable frozémonade.
Dr. Strangelove calls on a triple base of rum, but pulls in ingredients—kiwi, aloe vera liqueur—that are vaguely tropical, but hardly classic.
Nick Detrich’s riff on tiki sees the unusual addition of Campari to up the bitterness.