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Liqueur, Cordials, & Schnapps /24% ABV / Italy

Liqueur, Cordials, & Schnapps

Product description

For over 150 years, Campari has been a favorite liqueur for drinkers with different tastes. The liquid is a dark red color and is often mixed with other alcohols and non-alcoholic drinks for cocktails. The drink was created in 1860. Depending on where the Campari is sold, the alcohol content ranges from 20.5 percent to 28 percent. When you smell Campari, you'll be reminded of pomegranate, strawberry, spicy herbs, bitter orange and cherry. The flavor starts off sweet and is followed by an herbal, spicy taste. After that, the bitterness of the drink starts to build. This is a wholly unique drink. The recipe and creation process of Campari is still a secret to this day. Depending on your source, even the number of ingredients changes (ranging from 20 to 80). However, there are a few ingredients that are known. Campari includes fruits in water and alcohol as well as an infusion of herbs. The most common ways to drink Campari are in cocktails, with prosecco or with soda water. While you can drink it neat, many have trouble with the bitter taste. Because of this, many of the mixed drinks that use Campari are strong flavored as well. The most well-known drink using Campari is a Negroni. A Negroni can be served either straight up or on the rocks. All you need for this classic mixed drink is one ounce of dry gin, one ounce of Campari and one ounce of sweet vermouth. Mix these three together either in a mixing glass with ice or mix them right in the glass with some ice. Another great Campari-based mixed drink is the Jasmine. In a cocktail shaker, combine one-and-a-half ounces of gin, three-quarters of an ounce of fresh-squeezed lemon juice, a quarter ounce of Campari and a quarter ounce of Cointreau. Fill the shaker with ice and shake for about 10 seconds. Strain your drink into a cocktail glass. Don't forget to add a lemon twist garnish for the perfect bold drink. Buy Campari online through Drizly and have it delivered directly to your door or pick it up in store.

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Try These Classic Campari Recipes


  • vermouth

This classic cocktail was first served in creator Gaspare Campari's bar, Caffè Campari, in the 1860s. The Americano is refreshing with a light and bitter taste.

Campari Negroni

  • gin

When count Negroni first invented his signature drink over 100 years ago, little did he know that this now classic cocktail would be a fan favorite for cocktail connoisseurs outside of his native Italy. To this date this classic cocktail is still one of the most popular in the world… and through it all Campari continues to be at the heart of every Negroni.


  • whiskey

A cousin of the Negroni, the Boulevardier is a simple cocktail recipe that produces big flavor. Substituting bourbon in place of gin creates a more sweet drink that is typically drank neat and up in a cocktail glass.

About The Brand

Campari is a contemporary and charismatic classic drink. The recipe, which has remained unchanged for 150 years, originated in Novara, Italy in 1860 and is the base for some of the most famous classic cocktails around the world, such as the Negroni and Americano. Campari is an alcoholic spirit obtained from the infusion of bitter herbs, aromatic plants, fruit and water. With its vibrant red hue, intense aroma and inspiring flavor, Campari has always been a symbol of intrigue and pleasure, which unfurls itself into a captivating drinking experience. These values have made the Campari brand famous globally as an icon of passionate Italian style and excellence. Campari® Liqueur. 24% alc./vol. (48 proof). ©2016 Campari America, San Francisco, CA. Please enjoy responsibly.