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Campari Bitter Liqueur

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1 l
  • The Ruby Red Elixir of Italian Aperitif Culture


    Campari Bitter, a staple in the world of Italian apéritifs, has been captivating palates since its inception in 1860.


    Its signature crimson hue and distinctive bitter taste set it apart in the realm of spirits. Made from a proprietary blend of herbs and spices, Campari offers a unique and unmistakable experience.


    Campari is renowned for its assertive bitterness balanced by a subtle sweetness. The nosing experience reveals earthy, woodsy scents, while the palate is greeted with bold flavors of quinine, zesty orange, and tart grapefruit. This complexity of taste, combining bitter, sweet, and citrus elements, makes Campari a beloved ingredient in classic cocktails.


    Campari has been highly rated by experts, including an 85-89 rating from Wine Enthusiast.


    Originating in Novara, Italy, and later becoming an icon in Milan, Campari's creation predates the unification of Italy. Its founder, Gaspare Campari, established the brand that has since become synonymous with Italian apéritif culture. Campari's enduring popularity is partly due to its key role in the historic Camparino bar in Milan's Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, a landmark in promoting the brand and its cocktails.


    Iconic drinks like the Negroni, Americano, Negroni Sbagliato, and Milano-Torino (Mi-To) owe much of their fame and distinctiveness to Campari's unique profile.


    The Garibaldi cocktail, blending Campari with fresh orange juice, symbolizes the unification of Italy through its ingredients.

  • Producer

    Campari

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90.00 AED

Campari Bitter Liqueur
Campari Bitter Liqueur

Campari Bitter Liqueur

No rating
1 l

90.00 AED

The Ruby Red Elixir of Italian Aperitif Culture


Campari Bitter, a staple in the world of Italian apéritifs, has been captivating palates since its inception in 1860.


Its signature crimson hue and distinctive bitter taste set it apart in the realm of spirits. Made from a proprietary blend of herbs and spices, Campari offers a unique and unmistakable experience.


Campari is renowned for its assertive bitterness balanced by a subtle sweetness. The nosing experience reveals earthy, woodsy scents, while the palate is greeted with bold flavors of quinine, zesty orange, and tart grapefruit. This complexity of taste, combining bitter, sweet, and citrus elements, makes Campari a beloved ingredient in classic cocktails.


Campari has been highly rated by experts, including an 85-89 rating from Wine Enthusiast.


Originating in Novara, Italy, and later becoming an icon in Milan, Campari's creation predates the unification of Italy. Its founder, Gaspare Campari, established the brand that has since become synonymous with Italian apéritif culture. Campari's enduring popularity is partly due to its key role in the historic Camparino bar in Milan's Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, a landmark in promoting the brand and its cocktails.


Iconic drinks like the Negroni, Americano, Negroni Sbagliato, and Milano-Torino (Mi-To) owe much of their fame and distinctiveness to Campari's unique profile.


The Garibaldi cocktail, blending Campari with fresh orange juice, symbolizes the unification of Italy through its ingredients.

  • Producer

    Campari

  • Country

    Italy

  • Palate

    A bold interplay of bittersweet quinine, zesty orange, and tart grapefruit.

  • Finish

    A long and lingering bitter note, complemented by a subtle sweetness.

  • Nose

    Earthy and woodsy, with hints of brambles, moss, and forest floor.

  • ABV

    25%

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