Hugo Spritz: A Refreshing Alternative to Aperol
Spritzes date back to the 19th century in the Veneto region, when visitors to the area added a splash of sparkling water to lighten their wine drinks. Today there are dozens of variations of spritz cocktails in Italy made with liqueurs including Aperol, Campari and even limoncello.
The Hugo Spritz — a relative newcomer, created in 2005 — is an aromatic and refreshingly floral riff on the classic spritz. It was conceived in South Tyrol in the Alto Adige region in the Alps
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