Campari Group (Vermouth)

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It's the brand Campari Group which produces the Cynar (£11.30), a vermouth with roots in Italy with an alcoholic content of 16.5%. Drinks&Co users give this Cynar 4 of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Cynar

Category:Vermouth (Spirits)
Producer: Campari Group
Volume: 70cl Other volumes
Alcohol Vol.: 16.5%
Country: Italy

Description · Campari Group



  • Color: Dark brown.
  • Flavour: fresh, bitter, intoxicating, vegetables and herbaceous aromas.
  • Taste: smooth entry in mouth, persistent in the mouth with a sweet and mellow taste bitter end.

PRODUCER: Campari.


PRODUCTION DETAILS: based artichokes.

Campari Group

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...

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Highlighted review about Cynar

Posted on at 10.00



- 4 cL Cinar
- 6 cL of prosecco
- 2 cl carbonated water
- 2-3 ice
In a glass pour ice cubes, then add Cinar, Prosecco and sparkling water.

Cynar beer
- 3 cL of Cynar
- 25 cL of lager

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More reviews about Cynar

Posted on at 12.55

4 /5

Liqueur Order Cynar, a liqueur produced in Italy.

Posted on at 05.13

4 /5

- Tasting notes: Dark color, unique taste bitter, and at the same time slightly sweet, very refreshing and slightly sweet aftertaste that.
- ALCOHOL: 16. 5th
- TEMPERATURE: 4th to 7 °
- PAIRING: Custom is taking snack, can be taken alone, on-the-rocks, or as long drink mixed with mineral water, soft drinks or orange juice. It is also curious with desserts.

Posted on at 04.52

4 /5

Cynar is an Italian bitter made ​​from 13 herbs and plants. The most prevalent among these is the artichoke (Cynara scolymus), based on that, the name came about. The Cynar is dark brown, has a bitter taste mixed with sweet (bittersweet), with 16. 5% alcohol. Launched in 1995, the Cynar is produced and distributed by Campary Group.
It can be drunk neat (usually with ice), or as cocktail (mixed with soda and lemon or orange slices, or Coca-Cola, tonic water or lemon juice). Europeans generally Cynar blend with orange juice. The Cynar is also described as a digestive.

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