) is an Italian alcoholic liqueur
, considered an apéritif
(20.5%, 21%, 24%, 25%, or 28.5% ABV
, depending on the country in which it is sold), obtained from the infusion of herbs
and fruit (including chinotto
) in alcohol and water. It is a bitters
, characterised by its dark red colour.
Campari is an essential ingredient in the classic Negroni
cocktail, the Garibaldi
, the Americano
(which was named at a time when few Americans were aware of Campari), and the spritz
(an aperitif popular in northern Italy).
In the Italian market, Campari mixed with soda water
is sold in individual bottles as Campari Soda
(10% alcohol by volume). Campari Soda is packaged in a distinctive bottle that was designed by Fortunato Depero
In 1904, Campari's first production plant was opened in Sesto San Giovanni
, near Milan
, Italy. Under the direction of Davide Campari, Gaspare's son, the company began to export the beverage, first to Nice
in the heart of the French Riviera
, then overseas.
The Campari brand is now distributed in over 190 countries. Campari is a registered trademark of Davide Campari Milano S.P.A.,
which is part of Gruppo Campari (Campari Group)
According to trade statistics in 2016, the Campari Group owns 45% of all global liquor brands by sales.
has reviewed Campari on a number of occasions, giving it a score of "96/100" in 2011.
Proof66 rates Campari in the Top 10 percentile of liqueurs in the world.
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