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tinto de verano recipe with red wine and sprite
February 28: Day of Andalucía


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Looking for some nice cocktail recipes with Midori? Midori was launched in 1978 by the Japanese company called Suntory. Midori means green in Japanese and it is a well-kown cocktail ingredient. It is a clear green liqueur which is sold in its characteristic bottle. The main aroma comes from the melon which is not a common taste in the world of liqueurs and cocktails. The green color is artificially added and is the trademark of the drink. Some say the color refers to the color of some melon types such as the cantaloupe or the galla although only the pulp is used for the production of Midori. Fact is that the taste is rather linked to the banana. It is sweet and thick as syrup and it has an alcohol percentage of 20% . Midori is most of the times served mixed instead of pure. It fits really well with fruit juice, especially orange juice. Midori is also very well suited as in ingredient for a sour. For a Midori Sour you need to mix the Midori with lemon juice and some sugar syrup. On the bottom of the page you can find some nice Midori cocktails. If you know other Midori recipes, you can share them via our cocktail uploader.


Alcohol Percentage

21 %