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MIXOLOGY

The Artista's recipes

Artista’s Orange Cocktail

A simple, delicate and enveloping cocktail: this is our Artists’ Orange Cocktail. The spicy notes, aromatic and citrus tones of Artista blend perfectly with those of orange juice (even better if biological). Giving birth to a unique aroma able to give even the most demanding of palates a pleasant surprise.
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INGREDIENTS
60 ml of Artista
Fresh Orange Juice to top up
METHOD

Pour the ingredients into a highball glass filled with ice cubes and stir gently.

GARNISHMENT

Garnish with a sliver of fresh orange.

ARTISTA'S
COOLER

The original recipe has been attributed to the owner of a famous club in Alassio, the first importer of one of the most well-known Industrial Rums, in the ‘80s. As the name implies, Cooler indicates how it is to be served, i.e., in a large tumbler with lots of ice. Artista lends enveloping, sensual, timeless notes to the recipe. Tasting is believing!
mixology-artista-cooler-amaro-artista
INGREDIENTS
30 ml of Artista
30 ml of White Rum
2 dashes of Angostura (the pinch of salt in the drink world)
2 wedges of fresh lime
2 wedges of fresh lemon
Half a teaspoonful of cane sugar
Chilled Ginger Ale to top up
METHOD
Put the lime, lemon and sugar into a highball glass and muddle to release the fruit juice. Add the crushed ice first, then the other ingredients. Stir gently and serve.
GARNISHMENT

No Garnish.

AN AMERICAN IN LIVORNO

Famous as the “Father of the Negroni”, it is, without doubt, yet another timeless classical apéritif. It was first created by Gaspere Campari in 1860 and was renamed in the ‘30s in honour of Primo Carnera, the first Italian boxer to rise to fame in America, which led to his being affectionately nicknamed, the American , “L’Americano.” An American in Livorno substitutes Artista for the classical original ingredient Campari to give life to a unique, unexpected aroma, one that pleasantly surprises any palate.
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INGREDIENTS
30 ml of Artista
30 ml of Red Vermouth
A dash of soda water, club soda, or tonic water
METHOD
Fill a lowball (old-fashioned glass) with ice cubes, then pour the ingredients onto the ice. Stir gently.
GARNISHMENT
Garnish with a slice of fresh orange and a twist of lemon peel.

ARTISTA'S
SPRITZ

With the colours of a golden Italian sunset, this inviting and refreshing cocktail has a low alcoholic content and reigns undisputedly over other apéritifs. Its origins date back to the period of the Habsburg domination in the Veneto region in the 1800s, under the Kingdom of Lombardy–Venetia. The soldiers were not used to Veneto’s wines and their high alcohol content and so they asked the local hosts to “spray” a bit of sparkling water into them (spritzen, to spray in German) to make them less boozy. The Artista ‘s Spritz lends a unique, alluring herbal aroma to this great classical long drink, by switching the Aperol or Campari content to Artista.
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INGREDIENTS
40 ml of Artista
60 ml of chilled Prosecco wine
A dash of soda water, club soda, or tonic water
METHOD
Half-fill a large white wine glass with ice cubes, pour the ingredients onto the ice and add a dash of soda, stir gently.
GARNISHMENT
Garnish with a slice of fresh orange.
VARIATIONS
The Prosecco wine can be substituted by a sparkling white wine and/or the soda by sparkling water.

Artista’s Lady

Many claim paternity to the original White Lady, but nobody is quite sure who invented it. The most accredited version is that it affords its origins to Harry MacElhone in 1919. He prepared it for a lady dressed in white, who suddenly felt faint on entering his bar but then came round after having taken only a sip of her cocktail. Artista’s Lady is a revisited version of this great classic, switching the triple sec to Artista, to give life to a cocktail with an even more enveloping long-lasting, timeless flavour.
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INGREDIENTS
30 ml of Artista
40 ml of gin
20 ml of fresh lemon juice
METHOD
Put the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice cubes and shake well. Filter the content and pour it into a Martini glass.
GARNISHMENT

No Garnish.

LIVORNO
MULE

Strange though it may seem, the original Moscow Mule recipe has nothing to do with either Moscow or Russia! Invented in Los Angeles, California in 1941, it owes its name to its vodka content, a Russian distilled alcoholic beverage. Adding a few dashes of Artista lends the cocktail a balanced sweet flavour that blends in perfect harmony with the pungent notes in Ginger Beer
mixology-livorno-mule-amaro-artista
INGREDIENTS
30 ml of Artista
30 ml vodka
120 ml of Ginger Beer
10 ml of fresh lime juice
METHOD
Pour the contents into a foodsafe copper mug and stir delicately.
GARNISHMENT
Garnish with a slice of fresh lime, a twist of cucumber/fresh ginger.

Artista’s Negroni

More than a century old, Negroni resists over time and remains one of the most popular cocktails in Italy and the world. It originated in Florence in 1919, when Count Camillo Negroni, the cosmopolitan nobleman of Italian origin the drink was later named after, wanted a version of the Americano he had tasted in New York with a bit more kick to it. So, he asked the bartender to switch the soda water for gin. Artista’s Negroni has switched things again, this time substituting Campari with Artista to lend an alluring, seductive, delicate finish.
mixology-negroni-artista-amaro-artista
INGREDIENTS
30 ml of Artista
30 ml of Gin
30 ml of Red Vermouth
METHOD
Fill a lowball (old-fashioned glass) with ice cubes, then pour the ingredients onto the ice. Stir gently.
GARNISHMENT
Garnish with a slice of fresh orange.
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MIXOLOGY

The Artista's recipes

Artista’s Orange Cocktail

A simple, delicate and enveloping cocktail: this is our Artists’ Orange Cocktail. The spicy notes, aromatic and citrus tones of Artista blend perfectly with those of orange juice (even better if biological). Giving birth to a unique aroma able to give even the most demanding of palates a pleasant surprise.
mixology-aranciata-artista-amaro-artista
INGREDIENTS
60 ml of Artista
Fresh Orange Juice to top up
METHOD
Pour the ingredients into a highball glass filled with ice cubes and stir gently.
GARNISHMENT
Garnish with a sliver of fresh orange.

ARTISTA'S
COOLER

The original recipe has been attributed to the owner of a famous club in Alassio, the first importer of one of the most well-known Industrial Rums, in the ‘80s. As the name implies, Cooler indicates how it is to be served, i.e., in a large tumbler with lots of ice. Artista lends enveloping, sensual, timeless notes to the recipe. Tasting is believing!

mixology-artista-cooler-amaro-artista
INGREDIENTS
30 ml of Artista
30 ml of White Rum
2 dashes of Angostura (the pinch of salt in the drink world)
2 wedges of fresh lime
2 wedges of fresh lemon
Half a teaspoonful of cane sugar
Chilled Ginger Ale to top up
METHOD
Put the lime, lemon and sugar into a highball glass and muddle to release the fruit juice Add the crushed ice first , then the other ingredients. Stir gently and serve.
GARNISHMENT

No Garnish.

AN AMERICAN IN LIVORNO

Famous as the “Father of the Negroni”, it is, without doubt, yet another timeless classical apéritif. It was first created by Gaspere Campari in 1860 and was renamed in the ‘30s in honour of Primo Carnera, the first Italian boxer to rise to fame in America, which led to his being affectionately nicknamed, the American , “L’Americano.” An American in Livorno substitutes Artista for the classical original ingredient Campari to give life to a unique, unexpected aroma, one that pleasantly surprises any palate.
mixology-un-americano-a-livorno-amaro-artista
INGREDIENTS
30 ml of Artista
30 ml of Red Vermouth
A dash of soda water, club soda, or tonic water
METHOD
Fill a lowball (old-fashioned glass) with ice cubes, then pour the ingredients onto the ice. Stir gently.
GARNISHMENT
Garnish with a slice of fresh orange and a twist of lemon peel.

ARTISTA'S
SPRITZ

With the colours of a golden Italian sunset, this inviting and refreshing cocktail has a low alcoholic content and reigns undisputedly over other apéritifs. Its origins date back to the period of the Habsburg domination in the Veneto region in the 1800s, under the Kingdom of Lombardy–Venetia. The soldiers were not used to Veneto’s wines and their high alcohol content and so they asked the local hosts to “spray” a bit of sparkling water into them (spritzen, to spray in German) to make them less boozy. The Artista ‘s Spritz lends a unique, alluring herbal aroma to this great classical long drink, by switching the Aperol or Campari content to Artista.
mixology-artista-spritz-amaro-artista
INGREDIENTS
40 ml of Artista
60 ml of chilled Prosecco wine
A dash of soda water, club soda, or tonic water
METHOD
Half-fill a large white wine glass with ice cubes, pour the ingredients onto the ice and add a dash of soda, stir gently.
GARNISHMENT
Garnish with a slice of fresh orange.
VARIATIONS
The Prosecco wine can be substituted by a sparkling white wine and/or the soda by sparkling water.

LADY
ARTISTA

Many claim paternity to the original White Lady, but nobody is quite sure who invented it.
The most accredited version is that it affords its origins to Harry MacElhone in 1919. He prepared it for a lady dressed in white, who suddenly felt faint on entering his bar but then came round after having taken only a sip of her cocktail. Artista’s Lady is a revisited version of this great classic, switching the triple sec to Artista, to give life to a cocktail with an even more enveloping long-lasting, timeless flavour.

mixology-lady-artista-amaro-artista
INGREDIENTS
30 ml of Artista
40 ml of gin
20 ml of fresh lemon juice
METHOD
Put the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice cubes and shake well. Filter the content and pour it into a Martini glass.
GARNISHMENT

No garnishing.

LIVORNO
MULE

Strange though it may seem, the original Moscow Mule recipe has nothing to do with either Moscow or Russia! Invented in Los Angeles, California in 1941, it owes its name to its vodka content, a Russian distilled alcoholic beverage. Adding a few dashes of Artista lends the cocktail a balanced sweet flavour that blends in perfect harmony with the pungent notes in Ginger Beer.
mixology-livorno-mule-amaro-artista
INGREDIENTS
30 ml of Artista
30 ml vodka
120 ml of Ginger Beer
10 ml of fresh lime juice
METHOD
Pour the contents into a foodsafe copper mug and stir delicately.
GARNISHMENT
Garnish with a slice of fresh lime, a twist of cucumber/fresh ginger.

Artista’s Negroni

More than a century old, Negroni resists over time and remains one of the most popular cocktails in Italy and the world. It originated in Florence in 1919, when Count Camillo Negroni, the cosmopolitan nobleman of Italian origin the drink was later named after, wanted a version of the Americano he had tasted in New York with a bit more kick to it. So, he asked the bartender to switch the soda water for gin. Artista’s Negroni has switched things again, this time substituting Campari with Artista to lend an alluring, seductive, delicate finish.
mixology-negroni-artista-amaro-artista
INGREDIENTS
30 ml of Artista
30 ml of Gin
30 ml of Red Vermouth
METHOD
Fill a lowball (old-fashioned glass) with ice cubes, then pour the ingredients onto the ice. Stir gently.
GARNISHMENT
Garnish with a slice of fresh orange.