Tiramisù + Prosecco + Aperol = Spritzamisù ®
Three culinary excellences of the Veneto region united in the Spritzamisù , a creative and shockingly good and well balanced dessert.
Binding together the famous Venetian Spritz recipe with our famous Tiramisù we have created the quintessential venetian treat.
For those of you who are not familiar with the Spritz here is an extract from the Spritz page on Wikipedia:
The Spritz (German: “splash” / “sparkling”, also called Spritz Veneziano or just Veneziano) is a wine-based cocktail commonly served as an aperitif in Northeast Italy. The drink is prepared with prosecco wine, a dash of some bitter liqueur such as Aperol, Campari, Cynar, or, especially in Venice, with Select. The glass is then topped off with sparkling mineral water. It is usually served over ice in a lowball glass (or sometimes a martini glass or wine glass) and garnished a slice of orange, or sometimes an olive, depending on the liqueur. Another variation of the drink uses champagne with the liqueur rather than prosecco. The drink originated in Venice while it was part of the Austrian Empire, and is based on the Austrian Spritzer, a combination of equal parts white wine and soda water; another idea is that the name of the drink would be linked to that of a typical Austrian wine in the region of the Wachau.
Come and taste it along with the traditional Tiramisù and more than 25 different creative new flavors available during the week at our shop.
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