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13 Campari cocktail recipes
Campari makes up one-third of this ever-popular cocktail, ideal for sipping as an aperitif before a meal. Check out our quick and easy recipe here.
Put your bottle of Campari to good use with this simple spritz, garnished with an orange slice and a green olive.
Bourbon is used instead of gin for a rich, rounded taste in this autumnal take on a classic negroni.
Try this negroni highball made with blood orange soda, lemon juice and orange bitters for a longer take on the original. The recipe comes from Italian restaurant Luca.
Mix yourself an absolute classic – the campari spritz. Not as sweet as Aperol, Campari joins sparkling wine, sparkling water and a big wedge of orange in this cocktail.
This classic cocktail is a precursor of the negroni and makes for a lighter, less boozy aperitif.
IPA and Campari shandy
Make this sophisticated spin on a pub classic by swapping lemonade for Campari. It’s flavourful and easy to drink, a lovely late summer/early autumn aperitif.
Christmas spiced negroni
This Christmas twist on a negroni uses spiced gin and festive flavours such as star anise, cinnamon and orange.
Blood orange Campari cocktail
The sweet orange juice in this cocktail balances the slightly bitter taste of Campari to make a refreshing apéritif.
Campari clementine fizz
Whip up this tempting three-ingredient cocktail with Campari in just 10 minutes. Whether you dust off your juicer or buy shop-bought clementine juice, your guests will love this sparkling fizz.
Together, Campari, vermouth and prosecco make for a lighter negroni with a softer edge. An ideal aperitif for those who find the classic Italian cocktail a bit much.
Rhubarb and ginger negroni
This update on the negroni uses the usual suspects of Campari, vermouth and gin as well as rhubarb and ginger jam, balancing the classic bitter flavours with sweeter notes.
The name of this drink is connected to the ingredients used – amaro in Italian means bitter. In this case, the Italian bitter Campari complements the tropical flavour of the passion fruit.
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