Description: Campari was developed by the Italian champion in liqueur mix, Gaspare Campari, in 1860. Gaspare Campari owned the cafe Caffé Campari in the heart of Milan, and the Milanans quickly poured to enjoy the ruby-red news. Today, Campari is one of the world's most popular brands.
Campari is produced today after the original secret recipe, known only by a handful of trusted employees at Campari. Throughout the time, there has been a lot of attention to the number and composition of ingredients. But all you know is that Campari contains a number of carefully selected ingredients, including bitter herbs, aromatic plants and fruits that are soaked in distilled water and added alcohol. The ruby red color is derived from the natural dye karmin.
Campari was originally created as an aperitif to wake the senses before a meal, but today Campari is enjoyed before, during and after meals. Italians and other fans enjoy drinking Campari pure - "on the rocks" - so the drink's toned orange, herbs and sweet tones really come true. Others prefer Campari for drinks and cocktails. Among the most popular Campari classics throughout the time are Americano, Negroni and Campari with orange juice, soda or tonic water. A new Campari drink is the seductive Italian Mojito, which is already becoming a new classic.
Note that there may be restrictions for certain countries that make it impossible to introduce alcohol. We refer to the customer's own responsibility to investigate whether it can be imported before ordering. Ordering any kind of alcohol is for the customers own risk.