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Campari Ouzo 2012

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Renowned for its distinctive, bitter-sweet taste and vivid red colour, Campari is the perfect choice for the discerning consumer. If you enjoy new experiences and sensations, don't be afraid to give way to temptation. Whether served on the rocks or in one of a multitude of cocktails - the choice is yours - Campari won't disappoint you! Available in over 190 countries world-wide, Campari reflects a world of sophistication, elegance and refinement.

Region: Greece
Winery: Campari
Color: Red
Varietal: Merlot
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Campari:
Campari is a classic, bitter orange digestif that was first concocted in 1860 by Gaspare Campari in Novara, Italy. The recipe is a closely guarded secret of dozens of herbs and spices (they are mum on the exact number - anywhere from 12 - 60) in a bright red liqueur. In the late 1860s, Gaspare opened Caffé Campari in the Gallerie Vittorio Emanuelle II in Milan to showcase the product. ... Read more
Campari is a classic, bitter orange digestif that was first concocted in 1860 by Gaspare Campari in Novara, Italy. The recipe is a closely guarded secret of dozens of herbs and spices (they are mum on the exact number - anywhere from 12 - 60) in a bright red liqueur. In the late 1860s, Gaspare opened Caffé Campari in the Gallerie Vittorio Emanuelle II in Milan to showcase the product. It was here that Gaspare originated the Milano-Torino cocktail - Campari and Vermouth from Turin - that was later known as the Americano. Soon Campari caught on as a popular ingredient for aperitifs. The brand has also been associated with ornate, eye-catching and timely illustrated advertisements throughout the decades. Sometime around 1920, Count Camillo Negroni began ordering his Americano with an extra shot of gin at Caffé Casoni in Florence, and thus the Negroni cocktail was born. In the 1930s, Camparisoda, the first bottled cocktail, came on the market. Today, Campari is considered an essential addition to any public or home bar and is used in a variety of cocktails for extra depth of flavor.  Read less

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Snooth User: xiumeechelle
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0.00 5
08/01/2011

what you smell is what you taste.:)


Snooth User: mathalon100
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0.00 5
06/29/2010

ijust love campari from italy

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Snooth User: Amanda Schuster
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2.50 5
03/09/2012

Two and a half glasses


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Source: Luxurious Drinks
06/10/2014

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10/04/2012

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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
04/09/2008

Campari is an alcoholic aperitif obtained from the infusion of bitter herbs, aromatic plants and fruit in alcohol and water. With its distinct color, aroma and flavor, Campari is perfect on the rocks or with soda water.


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Source: Luxurious Drinks
08/18/2012

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Vintage: 1993 01/17/2009

Light red color. Dark berries and spice on the nose. A smooth attack leads to a somewhat sweet, medium-to full-bodied palate with ripe and tart black cherry and dark fruit flavors that give way to a barrage of extremely bitter herb and fruit pit elements that dominate the back palate and linger as the fruity sweetness dissipates. A complex and dynamic aperitif that could use a mixing element to calm down the bitterness.(tastings.com) Americano: Place ice cubes in a large cocktail glass. Add 1 oz. Campari and 1 oz. sweet red vermouth, or sweet vermouth if red is not available. Add a splash of soda, stir and garnish with a slice or orange and one of lime. Negroni: Into a mixing glass with crushed ice stir 1 oz. gin, 1 oz. Campari, 1 oz. sweet red vermouth (can substitute sweet vermouth). Strain into a chilled cocktail glass, garnish with an orange peel. Dubonnet Negroni: In mixing glass with ice stir 1-1.2 oz. Dubbonet, 1-1/2 oz. gin, 1-1/2 oz. Campari. Strain into a chilled wine glass and garnish with a lemon twist. Negroni Cooler: In a highball glass with ice stir 1-1/2 oz. Campari, 1-1/2 oz. sweet red vermouth (substitute sweet vermouth), 1/2 oz. gin and fill with club soda to taste. Garnish with a lemon twist. Campari on the Rocks: Pour Campari over ice cubes in an old-fashioned glass. Shakerato: Add Campari and ice cubes to a cocktail shaker. Shake well, strain into a cocktail glass. Campari & Soda: Place ice cubes in a highball glass. Add 2/3 Campari and 1/3 club soda. Campari & Tonic: Same as above but a ratio of 1/4 Campari to 3/4 tonic. Campari Orange: Place ice cubes in a highball or old-fashioned glass. Add 1/3 Campari to 2/3 orange juice. Campari Grapefruit: Same as above but a ratio of 1/4 Campari to 3/4 grapefruit juice. Note: I like this with freshly squeezed pink grapefruit juice. Campari & Gin: Place ice cubes in an old-fashioned glass. Add 1-1/2 oz. Campari to 1-1/2 oz. gin. Garnish with a slice of orange. Cranparie: In a mixing glass with cracked ice stir 2 oz. Campari with 2 to 2-1/2 oz. cranberry juice. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a lemon twist. Bitter Bikini: In a rocks glass with crushed ice stir 1-1/2 oz. Campari, 1 oz. dry vermouth and 1/2 oz. triple sec. Flipper, also known as Filby: In a mixing glass with crushed ice stir 2 oz. gin, 3/4 oz. amaretto, 1/2 oz. dry vermouth and 1/2 oz. Campari. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with an orange peel. Genoa: In a rocks glass with ice, stir 1-1/2 oz. vodka, 3/4 oz. Campari and 2 oz. orange juice. Garnish with an orange peel or slice. Italian Stallion: In a mixing glass with ice stir 1-1/2 oz. bourbon. 1/2 oz. sweet red vermouth (substitute sweet vermouth), 1/2 oz. Campari and 1 to 2 dashes Angostura bitters. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a lemon twist. Rendezvous: In a cocktail shaker mix 1-1/2 oz. gin, 1/2 oz. kirsch, 1/2 oz. Campari. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a lemon twist. The Laura: In a cocktail shaker with ice shake 1-1/2 oz. bourbon, 1 oz. sweet red vermouth (substitute sweet vermouth), 1/2 oz. dry vermouth, 1/2 oz. Campari, 1/2 oz. Galliano. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a cherry. Venetian Sunset: In a cocktail shaker filled with ice mix 1 oz. grappa, 1/4 oz. Campari, 2 oz. orange juice, 1 tsp sugar. Shake well and strain into a large chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a slice of orange and a small sprig of mint.



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Renowned for its distinctive, bitter-sweet taste and vivid red colour, Campari is the perfect choice for the discerning consumer. If you enjoy new experiences and sensations, don't be afraid to give way to temptation. Whether served on the rocks or in one of a multitude of cocktails - the choice is yours - Campari won't disappoint you! Available in over 190 countries world-wide, Campari reflects a world of sophistication, elegance and refinement.

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