Let’s make time, Martini Time with this ideal summer drink

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You sit with your face in the evening sun on a terrace in a city somewhere in Italy. In the background you can hear Italian tunes through the streets and next to you are your best friends. You have just ordered some tasty snacks and while you are waiting, you are sipping a refreshing cocktail.

Ingredients

For 1 cocktail

  • 75ml Martini Fiero
  • 75 ml tonic
  • ice cubes
  • A slice of blood orange

Are you already feeling all kinds of wonderful holiday feelings? Great, because with the recipe for this Martini Fiero you imagine yourself on that Italian terrace in the warm summer sun

And that’s what it’s all about in life: taking a moment with your friends to enjoy. Not online, but in the eggie. Just like the Italians do with their dolce vita. Let’s make time, Martini time with your dearest friends around you and this drink in your hand!

That summer feeling

The Martini Fiero is such a drink that you can enjoy with a drink, before dinner or during a picnic. Or just when you feel like it, because actually any time is #MartiniTime.

Nice and fresh – because that’s what you need in the summer – and not too sweet. Recognizable by its bright red color and the delicious convex glass in which the drink is served.

And guess what : secretly, the drink is also very tasty in the winter as an aperitif during an extensive dinner at friends’ houses. This way you can still get a bit of that Italian summer sun into your home on a dark autumn or winter evening.

This is how you make the Martini Fiero & tonic

Take a large glass (preferably a convex glass) and fill it with the ice cubes.

Pour the same amount of Martini Fiero and tonic into the glass (we use 75 ml in this recipe). Stir well for a few seconds.

Garnish with a slice of blood orange (or two) and your #FieroTonic is ready. Cheers!

You drink the Martini Fiero with a nice serving board full of Italian sausage, fine cheeses and olives.

Martini Fiero & Tonic

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