A liqueur is a sweet alcoholic beverage often flavored with fruits, herbs, spices,
seeds, plants, and bark. Aperitifs and digestifs are alcoholic drinks that are
generally served with meals. An aperitif is meant to spark the appetite and a
digestif is served to aid digestion.
Limoncello is one of southern Italy's best-known drinks.
It is served both as an aperitif and as an after-dinner drink.
Try our creative twist on a classic lemonade recipe, our fruit-flavored
and kid-friendly sodas, a simple and delicious iced coffee, or a
frozen version of the classic bellini cocktail.
With Italian hot chocolate there's a fine line between
it being considered a drink or a type of pudding. It is
made with milk, sugar, a thickening agent like flour
or cornstarch, and, of course, chocolate.