White wine(* Keep well chilled)60 ml
Soda(* Keep well chilled)60 ml
Pour ingredients directly into the glass and mix.
GlassChampagne flute
Icewith Ice
AlcoholAbout 5 %
FlavorMedium sweet and dry
Photo: Spritzer ©okyawa
The name comes from the German word "Spritzen" (burst). It originated in Salzburg, Austria. It looks refreshing, and the bubbles burst like dancing soda bubbles in wine. Since it contains fewer calories than wine itself and the carbonation prevents overeating, it exploded in popularity as a "healthy drink" in the U.S. in the 1980s. Change white wine to red wine and you get "spritzer rouge"; change white wine to brandy and you get "brandy spritzer". When soda is converted into beer, it becomes a "beer spritzer.
Jan 13, 2024

About Spritzer Ingredients

White wine
Cocktails made with white wine, which has a clean and refreshing taste, can be made with an easy-to-drink flavor that is recommended even for those who do not like wine.
It has a refreshing taste and is used in a variety of cocktails. There are a wide variety of types, including those with different carbonation strength and water hardness.

About the supplies for making Spritzer

Flute type Champagne Glass
This champagne glass has an elongated shape. The elongated shape reduces the surface of the champagne in contact with the air and retains carbonation.
Bar spoon
A spoon used to stir ingredients in a glass. It has a long handle and a spiral shape in the center of the handle to facilitate stirring.
Major cup
Measuring cups for measuring cocktail ingredients. Cups are paired at the top and bottom, and 30 ml and 45 ml are common.

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