Examples of aperitif in a Sentence
They served us champagne as an aperitif.
Recent Examples of aperitif from the Web
Cocktails might include smoky mezcal with the aperitif Aperol, and mezcal Old Fashioneds.
Carole Garcia, the town’s adjutant mayor, stopped in to buy a couple of savory ficelles to enjoy with aperitifs that evening, and sampled a bite of the gâteau.
This wine is meant to be drunk young, as an aperitif or (naturally) with seafood.
Aperitifs of cold sparkling wine mixed with a splash of Suze, an herby liqueur, are served in bistro glasses.
Walls are cool pewter gray and linens are crisp; on the landing overlooking the courtyard, hanging chairs swing in the late-day breeze. Aperitifs of cold sparkling wine mixed with a splash of Suze, an herby liqueur, are served in bistro glasses.
Bartenders Valerie Bancroft, Ian Rogers, Erik Frank and Michael McCurry formulated the aperitifs highlighting summer flavors like limoncello, watermelon juice and strawberry shrub.
A bittersweet aperitif, the Negroni (gin, Campari and sweet vermouth) is versatile.
The aperitif wine Cocchi Rosa adds a lightly sweet, fruity note and the bitterness of quinine.
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Origin and Etymology of aperitif
First Known Use: 1894See Words from the same year
APERITIF Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aperitif for English Language Learners
: an alcoholic drink that people drink before eating a meal
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