It’s Dad’s special day, although every day should be Fathers Day. He loves cocktails and the weather (we hope) will be conducive to some interesting libations in the garden. CAMPARI is a classic and it’s versatile, so a bottle of this red delight will likely tick a lot of beverage boxes – and earn you some brownie points!
But what exactly is CAMPARI? It’s an Italian alcoholic liqueur and often used as an aperitif before a smart lunch or dinner. It’s made from a secret infusion of herbs and fruit and was invented in 1860 by Gaspare Campari. In 1904, Campari’s first production plant was opened near Milan, enabling CAMPARI to reach a wider audience. This well-regarded drink has remained just as the original through the decades.
CAMPARI Art Pack
CAMPARI’s unique and pleasingly intense aroma and distinctive flavour create a truly timeless drinking experience. But if you are looking for an upgrade to the regular bottle then there is a creative twist on the classic CAMPARI bottle. CAMPARI has been associated with cutting-edge art and design for 160 years. CAMPARI has launched the exclusive, collectible CAMPARI Art Pack, which is a 70cl bottle of CAMPARI accompanied by a limited-edition poster by renowned avant-garde artist and pioneer of Futurism, Fortunato Depero, in a unique collectable canister. This would be an outstanding gift for anybody at any time. Consumers can get their hands on the limited-edition collector’s item at The Bottle Club and The Whisky Exchange now – whilst stocks last.
Try a CAMPARI G&T. Mix equal volumes of CAMPARI and your preferred gin (I personally favour an Old Tom, as its sweetness partners well with the bitterness of the CAMPARI), add a dash of either lemon or lime juice and top up with tonic water. Serve over ice.
CAMPARI is international, sophisticated and a home bar must-have. Whatever the occasion and whatever the packaging, CAMPARI will be welcomed by every lover of classic cocktails.