How to Make a Italian Sunset Cocktail

Cocktails are your best companions for summers, as nothing else can refresh and re-energize you as a delicious cocktail does. Italian Sunset Cocktail is one such really refreshing feast during hot summers as the mixture of amaretto liqueurs makes it a loveable drink. The drink is complimented more by the use of natural bitter and sour flavours hence you can also use any sort of sour fruit juice such as fresh grapes juice or orange juice as well but to make the drink in a traditional and professional way it is necessary to follow the steps and to use the pour ingredients that are used by most of the bar tenders.

So you should go for orange juice along with soda, grenadine and amaretto liqueur. In order get the best taste process matters more than the ingredients. So, to mix all of these ingredients in best way you would need to follow some simple steps listed below.

Utensils: Cocktail glass, mixing glass, stir stick

Serving size: 1

Preparation Time: 5 minutes


– (2 oz.) of amaretto liqueur
– (3 oz.) of orange juice
– (3 oz.) of club soda
– (1 sprint) of grenadine
– Cherry and an orange slice for garnishing the cocktail
– Crushed ice cubes as required


  • 1

    Filling the glass with ice cubes

    Take a mixing glass and fill it with crushed ice cubes as required.

  • 2

    Mixing the amaretto liqueur

    Now add amaretto liqueur in the glass and mix it with the ice cubes and then shift the drink into chilled cocktail glass.

  • 3

    Mixing orange juice

    Now slowly add orange juice into the mixture of ice cubes and amaretto liqueur and mix the drink with stir stick.

  • 4

    Adding layer of club soda

    Now slowly add 3 ounces of club soda to make layers of ingredients.

  • 5

    Adding grenadine

    Now add one dash of grenadine into the glass and then garnish the cocktail drink with cherry and slice of orange.

  • 6

    Ready to Serve

    Your refreshing Italian Sunset Cocktail is ready to serve. To make it more desirable garnish it with either lime, mint or olive in tooth pick.

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