I have been using Campari for more than 40 years! I was originally introduced to it by a then boyfriend from Italy whom I met on a vacation. We drank it as just a Campari and Soda, however over time I began to experiment with it in different ways and with various other liquors, sodas, juices, etc. I currently have been enjoying it by mixing it with a flavored carbonated beverage and some OJ & a little bit of Vodka (I buy Ciroc or Grey Goose), also a flavored one! I’ve used the Orange, Citrus, Coconut, Vanilla, and a few others (not all worked out well). This is one member of my bar that I’m never without! Please don’t try it out by drinking it straight up - it’s very bitter and really needs to be mixed with something to complement the flavor! Hope this helps someone!
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- Herbal & Spice Liqueur
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- Bitter, Floral, Fresh, Fruity, Herbal, Spicy, Sweet
- Food Pairing
- Cured Meats, Fruit - Dried, Nuts, Pasta
Campari is an Italian aperitivo with a signature red color and versatile bitter flavor. Campari is a staple ingredient for your home bar as it is the base for dozens of classic cocktails and variations including the Negroni. Campari was created in 1860 by Gaspare Campari in Novara, Italy. It has been made according to a secret family recipe for 160 years.View all products by CampariCalifornia Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING
ElaineSep 19 2021 Mark W.Verified BuyerJul 22 2021Verified Buyer
Great apertif or digestiv for cocktails like the Negroni
RVerified BuyerJul 21 2021Verified Buyer
Comparing to Aperol, Campari is slightly more bitter and a little less sweet. Depending on your preference, I like Campari with whiskeys and Aperol with clear liquors.
Sandra S.Verified BuyerJun 30 2021Verified Buyer
MatthewVerified BuyerJun 2 2021Verified Buyer
It was good. If you like Campari, you’ll like this.
Caitlin L.Verified BuyerMay 27 2021Verified Buyer
SandraVerified BuyerMay 22 2021Verified Buyer
Are you a fan of the Negroni? Then this is your new BEST friend
ThomasVerified BuyerMay 16 2021Verified Buyer
I ordered Campari but got Aeperol instead.
StephenVerified BuyerMay 15 2021Verified Buyer
I like to use Campari with Prosecco for a Campari Spritz game
William R.Verified BuyerApr 30 2021Verified Buyer
There was a little bit that leaked out ... cap was still sealed though just a little twisted. I'm guessing it just bounced around in the bag during delivery.