How do you drink Dubonnet?
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Simply so, can you drink Dubonnet straight?
It was invented in 1846 by a Parisian chemist named Joseph Dubonnet, reportedly to help French Legion soldiers fight malaria in North Africa. Served straight, Dubonnet has a viscous mouth feel and a spicy, fruity taste; something like Campari meets sweet vermouth.
Secondly, how do you drink aperitif? Though there are no hard and fast rules, Elling said that an aperitif is generally a lightly alcoholic, and at times slightly sweet, drink often served over ice. It's typically paired with a slice of fruit — both for looks and for a pre-dining nibble.
Secondly, what's the Queen's Favourite drink?
Former royal chef Darren McGrady revealed that the queen's "favorite drink" is a gin and Dubonnet.
What is an aperitif and how is it served?
The most widely known definition applies to an alcoholic drink consumed prior to a meal. The aperitif serves to whet the appetite and prepare the taste buds for future courses. An aperitif is also referred to, however – in some cultures – as a social event including cocktails and heavy appetizers or a light meal.