Angelo Azzurro Cocktail Recipe
There are many cocktails made famous by the countries from which they originated. Some are so popular that you would think they came from your country. Others you may never have heard of. Italy, for example, is known for its wine but few people know of their other classic cocktails. Here’s one that’s brand new to me and will likely be new to you, too. Its main ingredient is gin, which is calmed down by the orange notes in the Cointreau and made vibrant by the blue curaçao.
- 3 ounces gin
- 1½ ounces triple sec (preferably Cointreau)
- ½ ounce blue curaçao
Fill up a cocktail glass with ice. In a cocktail shaker, add ice and all three ingredients. Shake well and strain into the cocktail glass. Enjoy.
**Disclaimer: Always check with alcohol manufacturers first to find out if there is any gluten used in processing.**
Illustrated by Erin Rogers Pickering
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