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Arya Cocktail Experience

Arena Opera Festival 2023

At Arya Bar & Mixology we are always looking for a mixture between the hustle and bustle of city life and the vibrant atmosphere of the hotel, to take our Guests on a journey through art, culture and the Italian food and wine tradition reinterpreted with a touch of creativity.

Live a unique and unforgettable experience at the Hotel Indigo Verona – Grand Hotel Des Arts, let us guide you through the Arya Cocktail Experience.

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Our signature cocktails for the 100th edition of

Arena Opera Festival

Enjoy a walk through the city centre right up to the magical Verona Arena,

finally restored to its unique splendour, which will host 50 evenings of magnificent shows.

Let yourself be inspired by the magical atmosphere of an Opera evening at the Verona Arena,

an exceptional stage that enchants visitors from all over the world each and every year.

Giuseppe Verdi, 1871
It recounts the love story between the princess Aida and the warrior Radames through the combination of flavours from the two different cultures: the strong, spicy aroma of Ethiopian berberè and the sweetness of Egyptian karkadè. The amber colour recalls desert sand and the yellow flower in the centre of the cup represents Ra, the Sun King.
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June 16th, 17th, 25th, 29th July 9th, 16th, 21st, 30th August 2nd, 13th, 18th, 23rd September 3rd, 8th
Georges Bizet, 1874
The flavours and aromas of the cocktail take us back to Seville; inspired by traditional Spanish sangria, the red colour and overpowering taste of Valpolicella Classico embrace the irrepressible passion of Carmen. The composition is meant to evoke the aesthetic imagery of the flamenco dancer, with draped, billowing gowns and a flower entwined in her hair.
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June 23rd July 6th August 11th, 24th September 6th
Gioachino Rossini, 1816
Il Barbiere di Siviglia
Photo credits: Fondazione Arena di Verona
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June 24th, 30th July 13th, 22nd
Giuseppe Verdi, 1853
La Traviata
A spectacular cocktail by name and in fact. It is served at the table champagne-coloured, in honour of the famous cheers scene in the Parisian dehor. When served at the table, however, thanks to the addition of violet liqueur, it takes on a purplish colour in honour of the opera's protagonist name. In addition to its distinctive colour, the liqueur gives the composition a floral yet bitter note, recalling the tragic fate of the young woman.
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July 8th, 14th, 27th August 19th, 26th September 9th
Giacomo Puccini, 1904
Madama Butterfly
Photo credits: Fondazione Arena di Verona
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August 12th, 25th September 2nd, 7th
Giuseppe Verdi, 1842
A tale of heart and sword, it narrates the invasion of the city of Jerusalem by the Babylonians and the love between Fenena, daughter of Nebuchadnezzar, and Ishmael, grandson of the king of Jerusalem. The cocktail is infused with cardamom, which was reportedly growing luxuriantly in the hanging gardens of Babylon. The sweet notes of green tea are combined with the intense, pungent aroma of ginger and gin.
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July 15th, 28th August 3rd, 17th
Giuseppe Verdi, 1851
Photo credits: Fondazione Arena di Verona
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July 1st, 7th, 20th August 4th
Giacomo Puccini, 1924
Photo credits: Fondazione Arena di Verona
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July 29th August 5th, 10th September 1st
Giacomo Puccini, 1924
Set in Beijing, the opera tells the story of the 'princess of death', Turandot. It is a cocktail based on red fruits, evoking the sweetness of the young girl's tender age, contrasted, however, with her ruthlessness and relentlessness; the deep red colour is reminiscent of the blood of the men who fell victim to win her hand. The touch of lime and ginger is a tribute to the aromas of traditional oriental cuisine.