# 5 - Americano
Invented in Italy in 1861 by Gaspare Campari, the Americano first became popular during Prohibition, when Americans discovered Campari as an aperitif. But because they found it too bitter for their tastes, Italian bartenders hid the bitterness by adding red vermouth, giving the blend the name Americano.
# 6 - Margarita italiana
The Margarita Italiana is a great introduction to the wonders of Limoncello, the lemon liqueur created in Campania, where lemon trees line the cliffs. This cocktail will transport you to the sunshine of the Amalfi Coast!