Campari is a red herbal liqueur with a bittersweet taste. It has been made in Milan since 1862, when it was first served at Cafe Camparino in the Viktor Emanuel Gallery. The exact recipe is a family secret. According to the manufacturing company Campari Group, 86 different roots, herbs, spices and fruits are used. Campari is still produced according to the original recipe. In the Camparino bar, Campari soda was the most popular drink. An aperitif with low alcohol content but particularly tangy. The Italian classic is a good way to be close to the country. Awards: - Falstaff Spirits Gala 2014: "Best Bitter" with 93 points. Tasting notes:Campari is an aperitif that has an appetizing effect. You can also use it for long drinks or cocktails. Among the classics are Campari soda, Campari orange and Campari tonic. But also the Americano or the Malaria Killer are very well known.