COCKTAIL RECIPES

At Altobelli 1951 we use homegrown ingredients wherever possible so you get the best quality spirits to make your own cocktails at home! Make some of our favourites by choosing from the below recipes, or create your own and let us know how it was! We’d love to hear from you (and we love a new cocktail recipe

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60ml of Altobelli Dirty Gin 30ml pineapple juice 30ml Sweet Vermouth 10ml (2 tsp) Orange Curacao

ALTO BEES KNEES

Ensure the cocktail shaker is freezing before adding ingredients. Then shake, strain, pour and enjoy.

45ml Altobelli Dirty Gin
30ml fresh lemon juice
15ml room temperature honey

DIRTIER GIN MARTINI

150ml Altobelli Dirty Gin 25ml Dry Vermouth Add pitted olives and 20ml of the oil

AMARO COFFEE

The coffee and Amaro are both after-dinner drinks and complement each other well.

1/2 cup cold-brew coffee Mix 1/4 cup Altobelli Amaro
Add a dash of milk/cream (if required)
Add a dash of Altobelli Aperitivo (if required)

FLYING ALTOBELLI

Ensure the cocktail shaker is freezing before adding ingredients. Then shake, strain, pour and enjoy.

75ml Altobelli Dirty Gin
15ml Maraschino liqueur
20ml of fresh lemon juice

ALTOBELLI TAILSPIN

Ensure the cocktail shaker is freezing before adding ingredients. Then shake, strain, pour and enjoy.

45ml Whisky
30ml Altobelli Aperitivo
30ml Sweet Vermouth

spritz veneziano

Ensure the cocktail shaker is freezing before adding ingredients. Then shake, strain, pour and enjoy.

100ml Aperitivo Spritz
150ml Champagne or Prosecco
Top up with soda water over ice cubes

ALTOCELLO MOJITO

The Altobelli Limoncello is made from home-grown lemons and can be enjoyed direct from the freezer over ice, straight from a shot glass or as the Altocello Mojito!

Grab some mint leaves and rip apart and throw into shaker or glass
Add 30ml Altobelli Limoncello
A dash of lime juice
30ml rum and ½ cup soda water
Shake or stir well and enjoy!

If entertaining pop a couple of mint leaves on top to show off.

bombus negroni

The Altobelli Negroni is ready to drink, over ice and with a slice of orange however it contains the most popular drink in Italy – Campari, and in order to get the digestive benefits it is best to drink as an aperitif before eating.

If you want to enjoy in another way you could simply add soda water and orange, or for a stronger version (Boom!) add Prosecco.