Spritzers

White Wine Spritzer
Schorle
When it comes to drinks, Germans like to mix it up. In the non-alcoholic category, the extremely popular juice and sparkling water combinations known as "Schorle" (fruit spritzers) are available in every restaurant, café or bar and are even sold premixed. An important note on Germany's sparkling water is that it is not merely purified drinking water with added carbonation but usually comes from mineral springs all across Germany's famous mountain ranges. Consequently, these waters are high in essential minerals such as calcium, potassium and magnesium which are especially important for re-hydration during the hot summer months.
Servings:
Ingredients
  • 1 part juice or wine
  • 1 part sparkling mineral water
Instructions
  1. Mix ingredients together.
  2. Adjust the ratio to your preference - some like 1:1, some 1:2, and some 1:3!
Recipe Notes

Weinschorle - mix white wine and sparkling mineral water
Apfelschorle - mix apple juice and sparkling mineral water

Schorle
When it comes to drinks, Germans like to mix it up. In the non-alcoholic category, the extremely popular juice and sparkling water combinations known as "Schorle" (fruit spritzers) are available in every restaurant, café or bar and are even sold premixed. An important note on Germany's sparkling water is that it is not merely purified drinking water with added carbonation but usually comes from mineral springs all across Germany's famous mountain ranges. Consequently, these waters are high in essential minerals such as calcium, potassium and magnesium which are especially important for re-hydration during the hot summer months.
Servings:
Ingredients
  • 1 part juice or wine
  • 1 part sparkling mineral water
Instructions
  1. Mix ingredients together.
  2. Adjust the ratio to your preference - some like 1:1, some 1:2, and some 1:3!
Recipe Notes

Weinschorle - mix white wine and sparkling mineral water
Apfelschorle - mix apple juice and sparkling mineral water

White Wine Spritzer