Chloe's Cocktail Recipe
3 oz Mionetto Prosecco Brut
0.75 oz Amaro Nonino Quintessentia di Erbe
0.5 oz blood orange & rhubarb syrup **
**recipe for syrup is : 200 g sliced rhubarb + 200 g 1:1 simple syrup + 15mL of fresh blood orange juice + 15g of blood orange segment (pith and peel removed)
combine in sauce pan and simmer, covered on medium low heat for 20 minutes, cool and fine strain**
0.5 oz Stappi Cedrata italian soda
2 drops orange blossom water
Pour Stappi soda into chilled coupe glass.
Combine Amaro Nonino, blood orange and rhubarb syrup, and orange blossom water.
shake with ice. Fine strain into coupe.
Top with prosecco. Garnish with twisted lemon peel and fresh basil leaf.
What inspired the drink?
I was inspired by the association of bubbles and romance, hence the name 'Amore Mio' or "my love" in Italian. This is a summer sip, meant to be enjoyed with a loved one. This cocktail is slightly bitter, floral, and incorporates traditional Italian ingredients and Mionetto prosecco. I used Amaro Nonino as it is produced in Friuli Venezia Giulia, the neighboring region to Veneto, where Mionetto is produced. I used blood orange to create a syrup because I associate blood oranges with Sicily & summer. They also impart a beautiful blush colour. I used rhubarb because it is in season & the tart spice compliments the warmth of the herbs used in AmaroNonino. Orange blossom for a soft perfume note. Italian citrus soda for sweetness and effervescence without overwhelming the subtle apple & licorice notes of the prosecco. Garnished with a lemon peel rose & fresh basil to add highlight the citrus and herbal nose of the prosecco. I aim to create a drink that is as vibrant and classic as Mionetto
What bar do you work at?
Lakeview Bar at Fairmont CLL