Happy Hour Tuesday: The Paradiso

Rometti Limoncello Happy Hour Tuesday The Paradiso

Rometti Limoncello Happy Hour Tuesday The Paradiso

Happy Hour Tuesday!

if there is something that a bartender should know is how to make delicious cocktails that can turn the worst day into a good day. If you can poetically combining alcohol and ingredients in fact, in order to create a subliminal savory drink, every sip becomes a heavenly warmth that embraces you.

This week Rometti would like to cheer to all of those bartenders that put their soul into mixing, shaking, and serving with a smile on their face. We know it’s not easy, especially when across the bar you never know who is waiting for one of your creations, whether it is the old neighbor that lives down the street or a drunk crazy lady/man that entertains friends and strangers with made up stories.

The drink we selected for this week is called The Paradiso, where “the” stands for the Italian article “il” (may you or may not know that Italians love to put articles in front of names!). Sophisticated  in his fruity hints of berries and zesty aromas, The Paradiso is another Italian cocktail statement that combines Campari, orange juice and limoncello. Salute!

Ingredients:

-1 1/2 oz. orange vodka

-1/2 oz. Rometti Limoncello

– 1/2 oz. Campari

– 1 oz. fresh orange juice

– Dried cranberries for garnish 

Combine all ingredients except the drired cranberries in a shaker with ice. Shake vigorously to chill. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. If desired, garnish with dried cranberries, either skewered on a cocktail spear or floated on the drink.

~Enjoy!

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