Instead of trying to make a struggling reader conform to traditional reading
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The Aperol Spritz Is Not a Good Drink - The New York Times
4 days ago ... It's late spring, 6 p.m. Golden hour is nigh. It's too late for lemonade, too early for
whiskey — spritz time on the dot. Italy has been perfecting ...
Spritz (Aperol, Prosecco Cocktail) Recipe | SAVEUR
Found all over Italy, the spritz is a classically Venetian cocktail of prosecco mixed with a bitter aperitif and soda water.
Found all over Italy, the spritz is a classically Venetian cocktail that pairs well with all sorts of cicheti (Venitian hors d'oeuvres).
... Combine prosecco ...
Spritz - Wikipedia
Spritz may refer to: Hair spray · Spritz (alcoholic beverage), an aperitif consisting
of wine, sparkling water, and liqueur; Spritz (wine), a term referring to small ...
Aperol Spritz Ritual | Aperol
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Aperol Spritz Is Bad But Spritz Culture Is Good - Aperol Spritz Drink ...
3 days ago ... When people are saying that Aperol Spritzes are “good,” they are more saying
that spritz culture with friends and conversation is good. But the ...
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Entire Internet Agrees Aperol Spritz Is Good - Grub Street
4 days ago ... Look, Grub is not out here saying the Aperol Spritz is the best drink or even the
best summer drink. Some of us prefer other spritzes. And yes, its ...
Aperol Spritz war: Is this where we are as a nation? - CNN - CNN.com
3 days ago ... Traditionally, an Aperol spritz is made from first combining equal parts prosecco
and aperol, an Italian apritif that is simultaneously fruity and ...
Suddenly, everyone has an opinion on the Aperol Spritz - The ...
4 days ago ... The spark that triggered the outrage is . . . the Aperol Spritz. Yes, the Italian
cocktail made with the bitter-leaning, low-alcohol pre-meal spirit, ...