By Chef Geoffrey Zakarian
Just for insiders, Chef Geoffrey Zakarian shares his recipe for a Parisian Aperol, an elegant French take on the hugely popular Italian aperitif. This is a very light and refreshing cocktail perfect for afternoons or early evenings when you want something fun and fruity, but with a little less alcohol.
2 oz Aperol
2 oz champagne or prosecco
2 splashes of bitters
Large ice cubes
Place one orange slice in the bottom of a large wine glass and fill 2/3 full of ice.
Combine Aperol and bitters in the glass.
Finish with champagne and garnish with another halved orange slice.
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