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Disaronno Fizz, a refreshing and light cocktail

Light, sparkling and refreshing, the Disaronno Fizz is the perfect cocktail for hot summer days or to replace mimosas at brunch. And it only requires 3 ingredients!

This cocktail, like fizz recipes in general, is versatile and perfect for many occasions.

Light and refreshing, it is ideal for aperitifs on the terrace, cocktails around the pool and even to accompany brunches as a replacement for the classic mimosa!

Disaronno Fizz cocktail recipe

Few ingredients, few steps and lots of flavor!

What’s a fizz? It’s a cocktail with a tangy base (e.g. lime or lemon), sparkling water and a spirit.

Disaronno Fizz cocktail recipe, a great alternative to the classic mimosa

And the Disaronno Fizz is no exception to this rule.

Indeed, we love the fact that this cocktail recipe is prepared very quickly and requires few ingredients.

You probably already have them at home: lemon, sparkling water and amaretto!

Disaronno Fizz cocktail recipe
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In the glass, the almond taste of the amaretto is very present while the lemon notes bring invigorating acidity.

We can also adjust the amount of lemon in the cocktail according to our preferences.

We finish it off with a very fresh sparkling water and voila!

In short, a simple, sparkling and fresh cocktail, with a low alcohol content, just as we like them!

Recette de cocktail de Disaronno Fizz
Recette de cocktail de Disaronno Fizz

Disaronno Fizz

Yield: 1 glass
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Light & sparkling, the Disaronno Fizz is the perfect cocktail for hot summer days!


  • 45 ml of Disaronno®
  • Soda or sparkling water
  • Fresh lemon wedge juice
  • Garnish: lemon zest or lemon wedge (optional)


  1. Put ice in a glass.
  2. Pour the Disaronno over the ice.
  3. Add the fresh lemon juice and top up with sparkling water.
  4. Stir and garnish with lemon zest.

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