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Disaronno Fizz, a refreshing, sparkling and low ABV cocktail

If you’re looking for a refreshing, low-alcohol cocktail, look no further! Disaronno Fizz is the drink for you.

With its unique amaretto flavor, this cocktail seduces with its simplicity and exquisite taste.

Not only it is delicious, this cocktail only requires 3 ingredients!

Disaronno Fizz cocktail recipe

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, poolside cocktails and even as a brunch replacement for the classic mimosa!

The Disaronno fizz is ideal for aperitifs on the terrace, cocktails around the pool or as a brunch replacement for the classic mimosa.

What is a fizz?

A fizz is a cocktail with a tangy base (e.g. lime or lemon), sparkling water and a spirit.

It’s a classic cocktail and it is so popular, you can find it declined in many versions.

One of the most known fizz cocktail is the gin fizz, but you can also find recipes with vodka, rhum or with vermouth, like the Torino Fizz.

Few ingredients, few steps and lots of flavor!

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

Requiring just 3 ingredients (sparkling water, amaretto and lemon), this cocktail recipe is easy and quick to prepare.

The result is a cocktail in which the almond flavor of the amaretto is clearly present, while the lemon notes add an invigorating acidity.

This acidity also helps to cut the sweetness of the amaretto, making it a light and subtle cocktail that will be pleasant to drink on its own and that will pair well with food.

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

How to prepare an amaretto fizz cocktail

Disaronno Fizz cocktail recipe

Choosing the right amaretto for your cocktail

Originating from Italy, Disaronno is world-renowned for its almond flavor, even though it contains no nuts. Its recipe, a well-kept secret, dates back centuries, offering a wealth of history with every sip.

Although Disaronno is the preferred choice for this recipe, don’t hesitate to try other brands of amaretto to discover different nuances. You’ll find some very good ones made in Quebec, like Avril from Distillerie Mariana or Amy from Distillerie Qc North Shore.

When preparing the cocktail

Serve this Disaronno cocktail in a highball glass for a classic look or be creative with other glass shapes or goblets to add a personal touch to your presentation.

Use large, quality ice cubes to avoid rapid dilution. The choice of soda or sparkling water can also vary according to your preferences, allowing you to personalize your cocktail.

The choice of garnishes: to add an original touch to this amaretto cocktail recipe, you can vary the choice of toppings, opting for orange slices instead of lemon zest, maraschino cherries, a sprig of rosemary or mint, or incorporating a dash of flavored syrup.

What to serve Disaronno Fizz with?

This cocktail will be the star of any brunch, but if you serve it as an aperitif, you can complement the nutty flavors of the amaretto with aperitifs such as cheese platters, savory bites or fruit and nut dishes.

You will need…

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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