Blood Moon

Joe Campanale, Alta Linea | New York City

Blood Moon

The Blood Moon is just one example of Joe Campanale’s ode to aperitivo, on display throughout the menu at Alta Linea. A combination of amaro, tonic and lemon, it ticks all the right boxes: bitter, low-alcohol and most importantly, transportive.


Serving: 1

  • 2 ounces Amara Amaro d'Arancia Rossa
  • 3 ounces tonic water, preferably Fever Tree
  • 1/2 ounce lemon juice
  • 2 drops orange bitters

Garnish: orange half moon.

  1. Build in a wine glass over ice and garnish with a orange half-moon
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Aperitif (Aperitivo)

(n.) An umbrella of a drink category relating to the time of consumption rather than a specific drink, an aperitif is an alcoholic beverage consumed before a meal. The tradition stems from 18th century France (apéritif) and Italy (aperitivo), where it was believed that a drink—usually something bitter or bubbly and not terribly alcoholic—would help [...] More A-Z →