Campari is a red herbal liqueur with a sweet and sour taste. It has been produced in Milan since 1862, when it was first served in the Caffè Camparino of the Victor Emmanuel Gallery.
The exact recipe is a family secret. According to the manufacturer Campari Group, 86 different roots, herbs, spices and fruit are used. Even today Campari is produced according to the original recipe.
Campari is an aperitif that stimulates the appetite.
It can also be used with long drinks or cocktails.
The classics are Campari soda, Campari orange and Campari tonic.
But the American or the Malaria Killer are also very famous.