Campari 1 Litre

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In 1860 the world was graced with liqueur perfection in the form of a brilliant, clear-rose-red liquid. Italian Gaspare Campari created the Italian tradition-inspired Campari bitters, which has grown to become internationally renowned as an aperitif of distinction. With an intense red colouring and smooth fruit and bitter qualities, a bottle of Campari seems to signify the very slogan that the Campari Estate rests under; 'red passion.' A symbol of Italian style and chic sophistication, Campari recently celebrated 150 years of production, and the fantastic cocktails that have been created as a result.
 

Tasting Note: A berry and spice aroma leads to a medium-full palate that is fit with black cherry, fruit, and bitter herb qualities. The finish lingers with a fruity sweetness and bitter herb touch.

Additional Details

SKU:
12400-NGB-UNIT
Size:
1000
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Italy
Alcohol %:
25
Region:
Italy
Style:
Bitters
Varietal:
Aperitif

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