CELEBRATE NATIONAL APERITIF DAY WITH PAMPELLE: THE WORLD’S FIRST RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT APERITIF
National Aperitif Day (May 20th, 2021) is right around the corner, and Pampelle – the world’s first ruby red grapefruit aperitif – wants to help you celebrate in style!
The day occurs on the third Thursday of every May and is an ode to the delicious ritual of enjoying an appetite-stimulating drink before dinner. As we know, all good things are best shared with family and friends, so to celebrate National Aperitif Day Pampelle are giving away a bunch of their ‘Limited-Edition Ultimate Pampelle Aperitif Packs’ which includes a full-sized bottle of Pampelle, glassware, and a few other goodies, so winners can enjoy a range of cocktails using the French aperitif.
To be in with the chance to win one of the limited-edition packs, simply share what your ultimate food pairing with Pampelle to celebrate National Aperitif Day would be here.
The Pampelle mixologists have also created cocktails that highlight the versatility of this world-class aperitif that can be made from the comfort of your own home. If you are looking for the perfect tipple to celebrate National Aperitif Day we recommend:
Pampelle & Tonic
1 part Pampelle
Top with Tonic Water
Build over ice into a tall glass
Garnish with a slice of Ruby Red grapefruit
2 parts Pampelle
3 parts Prosecco
1 part Soda Water
Add plenty of ice to a large wine glass
Pour in the measured ingredients and lightly stir
Garnish with a wedge of Ruby Red Grapefruit
1 part Pampelle
1 part Gin
1 part Vermouth Blanc (sweet)
Build over ice into a tall glass.
Garnish with a slice of Ruby Red Grapefruit.
For more information please visit www.pampelleaperitifday.com
Crafted on the banks of the River Charente in the Cognac region of France, Pampelle Grapefruit Aperitif is an artisanal, versatile liqueur capturing the bittersweet essences of the Ruby Red Grapefruit. An artisanal infusion of natural botanicals, maceration of citrus peels, Eau de Vie together with Ruby Red Grapefruit from the Mediterranean Island of Corsica. The taste is fresh and reminiscent of the south of France, capturing the emotion of the Mediterranean lifestyle, whilst being underpinned with French craftmanship.