Pre dinner

They are served as aperitifs, from the Latin aperire (open); many are characterized by the property of stimulating salivation and, consequently, appetite. Unless exceptions are characterized by the prevalence of bitter aromas.

After Dinner

They are served after dinner but this should not be confused with digestives. Aromatic and full-bodied, they represent the perfect end to every meal.

Short Drink

Served in cocktail glasses, without ice.

Medium Drink

Served in low tumblers or in Old Fashioned without stems, ideal for “on the rocks” drinks, which means much ice is added.

Long Drink

They are characterized by the presence of fruit juices or drinks.