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Campari Bitter, 70 cl
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- It is vibrant red in colour
- It is a contemporary and charismatic classic
- Intense aroma and inspiring flavour
- An alcoholic spirit obtained from the infusion of bitter herbs aromatic plants and fruit
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In Milan, the 'Apertivo' moment belongs to campari and it's delicious bittersweet flavours. Campari is a closely guarded secret blend of 68 ingredients including herbs, plants, barks and seeds. Today only three people know the full recipe which takes over 1 month to prepare.It is a contemporary and charismatic classic. Its vibrant red colour, intense aroma and inspiring flavour, has always been a symbol of intrigue and pleasure, which unfurls itself into a captivating drinking experience.
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*If you've not tried Campari, try 'Aperol' first which has a strong zesty orange taste thats irresistable, but is less alcoholic and much less bitter. Beautiful drink*
**Or if you like your drinks a little darker, try 'Dubonet' which is cheap and probably the best alternative pimm's style aperitif I can think of**
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