Campari has always been a symbol of intrigue and pleasure when it comes to Aperitivo. The intense aroma and inspiring flavour creates a captivating and unique drinking experience. These are the values that have made the Campari brand famous throughout the world as an icon of passionate Italian style and excellence.
It\'s used as a mixology base for many cocktails: Campari Spritz, Campari&Soda, Americano, Negroni and many more!
The only and unique Aperol for your perfect Italian aperitivo! Do you know how to make a perfect Aperol Spritz?
WHAT YOU NEED:
- A bottle of chilled Prosecco
- A bottle of Aperol Bitter
- Soda, served from a chilled bottle
- Large wine glasses
- Ice cubes
- Slices of orange
HOW TO MAKE THE PERFECT SERVE:
- Fill a large wine glass with ice
- Add Prosecco followed by Aperol in equal parts
- Add a dash of soda water and stir
- Garnish with an orange slice
A rare speciality, unique for its bouquet and produced in limited quantity with wise craftsmanship and available in precious numbered bottles of blown glass, from the inventors of Vermouth, Carpano.
A reproduction of a vermouth recipe from Benedetto Carpano dating from 1780s. Presented in a hand-blown individually numbered bottle. This was the first vermouth used to make the forerunner to the classic martini, The Martinez, mixed with Bokma Genever, which was the first gin to hit prohibition in New York. The bottle, fitted with a cork, is packed as a precious package. Have it cold also delicious at the end of a meal in combination with sweet pastries.
This Limoncello liqueur is obtained from the infusion of PGI (protected origin certification) Sorrento lemon peels in pure alcohol and sugar according to traditional recipes of Sorrento.
It\'s a traditional spirit that you can relish, served at 4°-7°, in every moment of the day and in every season of the year.
Amaro Montenegro is a traditional amaro distilled in Bologna, Italy. It is made from a secret blend of 40 botanicals, including vanilla, orange peels and eucalyptus.
It\'s known as a digestif or after-dinner liquor for its ability to settle the stomach even after a very abundant meal.
Dark outside yet light within. Sweet yet delightfully refreshing. The richness of Frangelico is rooted in its origins. Made from the aromatic Tonda Gentile hazelnuts found in the Italian region of Piedmont, they are combined with coffee, cocoa and vanilla distillate and extracts for a sweet yet balanced golden elixir that can be enjoyed in any season and on any evening.
An unmistakable mint-flavour liqueur, it gives you an intense pleasure thrill at every sip. Its secret formula includes herbs imported from four continents and the finest peppermint essential oil in the world. Natural and specially refreshing, it\'s a drink perfect for all seasons.
Branca Menta was created in the mid-60s, when fashionistas began asking for a glass of Fernet-Branca with a hint of mint syrup, thus unconsciously giving birth to a tonic and refreshing drink. The liquor was launched in 1965 and was an overnight success. Brancamenta is made using the same formula of more than 30 different herbs and spices as Fernet Branca but with the addition of oil of peppermint. Like the original Fernet-Branca, it undergoes a 12 month maturation period in Slovenian oak vats. Best summed up as being a "minty amaro", Branca Menta combines rooty herbal bitterness with invigorating and cleansing mint freshness.
An authentic bitter like no other! 34 botanicals balanced to create a fragrant and rounded flavouring ingredient - as part of a delicious aperitif or in combination to enhance the complexity of cocktails!
Handcrafted with great dedication and available in limited quantities, to offer a unique taste of Friuli Venezia Giulia! Inspired by secret recipes created in 1946, these spirits are handcrafted at every stage using only ingredients of the best quality. Bitter 34 is the first chapter of the Fred Jerbis project in which the botanicals are the Kings and Queens - perfect in combination with other drinks! This bitter has a delicate but persistent and \'embittering\' herbal tone resulting from the gentle maceration of ingredients like gentian root. The sugar and alcohol are harmonious elements here, adhering to the traditional recipe and resulting in a complex and persistent character. The finish is round and smooth, dominated by citrus fruit supported by angelica root notes. NB worry not if your bottle has a little in the way of sediment - this is entirely normal and due to the natural, quality ingredients used, and a refusal to filter.