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A hand holding a glass with yellow Crodino Spritz with ice cubes garnished with mint and an orange slice on a white marble backdrop.

Crodino Spritz (No-Alcohol Aperol Spritz)

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  • Author: Bianca
  • Total Time: 5
  • Yield: 1 1x
  • Category: drink
  • Method: glass
  • Cuisine: Italian
  • Diet: Vegan


Crodino Spritz is a refreshing alcohol-free alternative to the popular Aperol Spritz. This mocktail is a refreshing summer mocktail made with non-alcoholic bitters and served with fresh orange and mint leaves.


  • 1 bottle of (100 ml) Crodino (rosso or biondo)
  • 2 fl. oz (60 ml) tonic water
  • 1 fl. oz (30 ml) fresh orange juice
  • 0.5 fl. oz (15 ml) fresh lemon juice
  • 0.5 fl. oz (15 ml) sparkling water
  • Ice cubes
  • 1 orange wedge + a few mint leaves to garnish


  1. Fill a serving glass with ice cubes. Pour one small bottle of Crodino (red or yellow) into the glass.
  2. Add tonic water to the glass, followed by freshly squeezed orange juice and lemon juice. If the juice contains a lot of pulp, you can use a fine-mesh sieve to remove the pulp.
  3. Next, add the sparkling water.
  4. Finish it by gently stirring the drink with a spoon or cocktail stirrer.
  5. Garnish your mocktail with a slice of fresh orange and fresh mint leaves.
  6. Serve the Crodino Spritz immediately.


  • Chill all ingredients, including the glass, in the fridge for a perfectly chilled drink.
  • Avoid excessive stirring, and don’t use too small or too many ice cubes to avoid dilution. Larger ice cubes can be a good option.
  • For a robust and bitter mocktail, go for red Crodino (rosso). For a slightly fruitier Crodino Spritz, opt for yellow Crodino (biondo).


  • Serving Size: 1
  • Calories: 120
  • Sugar: 25
  • Fat: 0
  • Carbohydrates: 37