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Campari and Soda Cocktail

History Of Campari

Campari and soda are perfect together. Campari is a bitter and sweet amaro characterized by its dark red colour. This interesting liqueur is an alcoholic apéritif created from the infusion of select herbs and fruit in a alcohol and water bath. The concentration of alcohol in this aperitif varies from country to country, and can be found in some places as low as 20% to 28% alcohol by volume.

A few signature cocktails use Campari. The aperitif is also commonly served with soda water, wine, or citrus juice. Spritzers and the Negroni are some of the more common cocktails employing this liqueur.  The history of Campari began in 1860 with its invention by Gaspare Campari in Novara, Italy. The Campari Group, a multi-national company based in Italy, is the sole producer of this aperitif.

Campari and Soda is a very refreshing drink, and typically served before a meal.

Campari and Soda Cocktail Ingredients

  • 2 oz Campari
  • soda water
  • lemon or lime wedge for garnish

How to Make and Serve as a Cocktail

  1. Pour Campari in a highball gals filled with with ice
  2. Top with soda water
  3. Server and enjoy
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