Italy is indeed familiar with delicious drinks and loved by not a few people in many countries. Some typical Italian drinks that are familiar throughout the world are like Espresso, Macchiato, Cappuccino, and some other types of drinks.
But do you know if it turns out there are many different types of drinks originating from Italy that are no less favored by not a few people? Some of these drinks from Italy already have popularity you know in many parts of the world. Especially in Las Vegas where many Casino places spread out, they provide sports betting and casino games from their shop while serving these Italian style drinks.
The following are three typical Italian beverages that become world favorites:
The uniquely Italian beverage that will become our first peel is Granita, whose popularity is worldwide. This granita is a slushie ice drink that is often made using fruit ingredients to use coffee.
The way to make it is quite simple, friends, by using all the ingredients put in a blender, then adding it to the ice and then blending it. It turned out that not a few people also looked at if Granita is the same as sorbet, which is fruit ice cream without using cream and milk.
However, you know Granita has better acidity and less sugar content if compared to sorbet. Many Southern Italians like Granita even more so for the taste of coffee or lemon.
Granita is usually the most suitable when eating breakfast, namely as a side dish of brioche bread, which is a traditional food from Italy.
2. Lacryma Christi
The drink has the name Lacryma Christi made from real wine. The wine ingredients come from the slopes of Mount Vesuvius, and this drink has been produced since Ancient Roman times. Very popular in Italy and many world countries.
You may try Mastroberardino Lacryma Christi Rosso. This is the red champagne that was known in Roman times. Ruby red with cherry and plum fragrances. Not a lot of spicy flavor that comes from the pepper juice and cloves in it. This drink is warm in the mouth and has a nice softness.
The next typical Italian drink will be our peel at Halomuda.com is Frappe, which is certainly no less popular and a favorite of not a few people, friends.
So this Frappe is an Italian blend and wants to have a sweeter taste if compared to the granita we have peeled earlier.
Usually, Frappe is made using fruits of friends, and later in it contains milk, is this different from Granita?
If friends happen to play at Starbucks, maybe friends will chase the Frappuccino menu, now that is Frappe friends.