Looking for more refreshing ways to consume your Aperol? This list of 9+ Aperol Cocktails You Need To Try is the best place to start!
Aperol is an Italian bitters Aperitif that gets its vibrant iconic color from rhubarb. It’s as unique as it is delicious and gorgeous, making it a super popular addition to many fun cocktails.
And while most people associate Aperol with the ever-popular Aperol Spritz, I’m here to tell you that Aperol is an extremely delightful addition to a bunch of other cocktails, too.
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From whiskey-based cocktails to Aperol and gin drinks and everything in between, this is the quintessential list of Aperol Cocktails You Need To Try.
Let’s dive in!
Aperol Cocktails You Need To Try
- Aperol Old Fashioned
- Aperol Gin Cocktail with Ginger Beer
- Easy Aperol Negroni
- Vibrant Aperol Margarita
- Winter Aperol Cocktail
- Love Potion Cocktail
- Special Rosé Aperol Spritz
- Tropical Aperol Bourbon Cocktail
- Classic Aperol Spritz
1. Aperol Old Fashioned
Aperol Old Fashioned
2. Aperol Gin Cocktail with Ginger Beer
Aperol Gin Cocktail with Ginger Beer
3. Easy Aperol Negroni
Easy Aperol Negroni
4. Vibrant Aperol Margarita
Vibrant Aperol Margarita
5. Winter Aperol Cocktail
Winter Aperol Spritz
6. Love Potion Cocktail
Love Potion Cocktail
7. Special Rosé Aperol Spritz
Special Rosé Aperol Spritz
8. Tropical Bourbon Aperol Cocktail
Tropical Aperol Bourbon Cocktail
9. Truly the best Aperol Spritz
Truly the best Aperol Spritz
Enjoy this list of 9+ Aperol Cocktails You Need To Try! If you still don’t know where to start, here’s one of my all-time favorites: The Easy Aperol Negroni! And for more lists of awesome drinks, check out 10+ Mixology Cocktails To Try At Home and 13+ Best Margaritas!
9+ Aperol Cocktails You Need To Try, including Aperol NegroniPRINT PIN RATE
- 1 ounce Aperol (1 ounce = 2 tablespoons)
- 1 ounce Gin
- 1 ounce Sweet Vermouth
- 1 peel of a Blood Orange
- Add Aperol, Gin, and Sweet Vermouth to a cocktail mixing glass with ice.
- Stir and strain into an Old Fashioned glass with whiskey ice.
- Garnish with orange peel or slice and enjoy cold.
- Using Sweet Vermouth instead of Dry Vermouth helps to balance the bitterness of the Aperol in this cocktail. If you only have Dry Vermouth, you may want to add a splash of simple syrup.
- 1 fluid ounce = 2 tablespoons
- Still thirsty? Check out this awesome collection of my best cocktail recipes!