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In the world of Italian aperitifs, there is none quite like Campari. This crimson-red spirit has been around since 1860, when it was invented by Gaspare Campari. The recipe requires the infusion of herbs and fruit into alcohol and water. The number of ingredients has remained as secret as the recipe since its creation, though. Only a select few people who are involved in its production know the true recipe for this worldwide favourite.
A classic in the cocktail world, there are a number of mixed drinks that simply cannot be made without a bottle of Campari on hand. The delightful Negroni, Garibaldi, and Americano cocktails would not be the same without the participation of this beautiful red liqueur. Now available in more than 190 countries around the world, this pleasantly bitter spirit remains just as unique and popular as ever.
There are innumerable uses for this chameleon spirit. With a flavour full of herbal notes and a tinge of orange beautifully accented by its lovely, velvety texture, Campari is ready to be added to any drink you deem fit. It is lovely on its own as a pre-meal aperitif or mixed into any number of cocktails. Try it with Prosecco over ice for a bitter and refreshing summer spritz. Add a touch of Italy to your next drink with Campari.
Description of Campari 1L
- Colour: Campari 1L has a characteristic red colour.
- Flavour: It has a slight aroma of herbs, fruits and spices.
- Taste: It has a characteristic bitter flavour.
ALCOHOL: 25% Vol
Campari is an alcoholic spirit obtained from the infusion of bitter herbs aromatic plants and fruit in alcohol and water.
The Campari Group, founded in 1860, is now a major part of the spirits industry worldwide. The group has a portfolio which includes more than 50 premium and super premium brands which are offered locally, regionally, and globally across 190 countries. Today, the Campari Group is the sixth-largest premium spirits provider in the world.More about the Winery