1 oz Pisco
12 oz Aperol
1 bsp Elderflower liqueur, St. Germain
2 oz Grapefruit juice
1 oz Seltzer water
2 ds Grapefruit bitters, Fee Brothers Grapefruit
1 twst Orange peel (as garnish)
Shake 1st 4 ingredients, strain, ice-filled highball, top with seltzer, stir gently, garnish with bitters and orange swath
Pompelmo is Italian for grapefruit. I like the way Pisco and St. Germain play on the bitter Aperol and grapefruit components.
2011 Kindred Cocktails
From other users
  • This is really an outstandingly refreshing drink. It feels to me like one *could* pour a bit heavier on the Pisco if one wanted to -- but as is this is a perfect summer backyard party / barbecue drink. — ☆☆☆☆☆
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Curated to revert to the the

Curated to revert to the the authentic recipe. Altered version suggested substituting 7-Up for seltzer. The authentic recipe is more true to the spirit of Kindred Cocktails. Feel free to use the Your Comments section of your cocktail book entry to track your personal preferences. Thanks much for posting!

sjdiaz21's picture

I like the touch of sweetness

I like the touch of sweetness that comes from lemon-lime soda, kinda balances out the bitter. Maybe I'll try with San Pellegrino Lemon or Orange Sparkling water as well.