Italian Drinks

Italian Drinks

The drinks in Italy mainly revolve around mealtime, with wine being the most obvious where Italy is the worlds largest producer, second only to France.

The Italians are famous for their 'aperitivos', traditionally served before a meal designed to stimulate appetite, whilst 'digestivos' are served after a meal to aid digestion. Traditional aperitivos include Campari, Martini and Aperol, each of relatively low alcohol and vary in bitterness, although in modern times, Italians refer to having an aperitivo as pretty much any beverage. Digestivos, on the other hand remain more steadfast of choice, perhaps as there is far more choice available of liqueurs and spirits, amongst them strega, amaretto the delicious chilled Limoncello, grappa and sambuca

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