The 'Spritz con L'Amaro' is the earliest incarnation of this cult drink, dating back to the 1920s. Back then, it would have been made with white wine, rather than prosecco, but the addition of sparkling wine adds a little more fizz and glamour. Here, we use our fruity, gently bitter English Aperitif, Rosehip Cup, combined with sparkling wine and soda in the devilishly simple 3-2-1 ratio (fizz-Rosehip Cup-soda), for a light, fresh and fruity aperitif for all-day and early evening drinking.
Take a large wine glass and fill with ice. Add sparkling wine, Rosehip Cup and soda water in a 3-2-1 ratio and top with a slice of orange. Alternatively, make it up in a large jug with plenty of ice and orange slices to add some colour to your summer evening.