Rediscover Red With A Campari And Tonic

Campari

Campari has long been one of the best-kept secrets in the world of cocktails, but this year the world’s most stylish spirit will step into the spotlight as it unveils the most captivating drink ready for summer – the Campari & Tonic.

A charismatic drink made by infusing bitter herbs, aromatic plants and fruit, Campari’s recipe has remained unchanged (and closely guarded) for 155 years. With its renowned, vibrant red colour, intense aroma and inspiring flavor Campari has always been a symbol of intrigue and pleasure.

Known as the consistent constituent in the fashionable and evermore popular Negroni cocktail, which was first created in the 1920’s for the extravagant Count Negroni, this year Campari are inviting cocktail lovers across the city to experience the pleasure of the spirit in a fresh and exciting way with the Campari & Tonic. While the Negroni is the perfect drink for the evening, the Campari & Tonic provides a lighter alternative to enjoy the distinctive flavour of Campari whether at home or out with friends.

A charming and refreshing mix, Campari & Tonic is the perfect accompaniment to enjoy on a long summer day combining the pleasantly bitter, intensely orange and gentle herbal flavours of Campari with a dash of tonic.

Campari & Tonic

Ingredients

50ml Campari
Top with Fever Tree Tonic Water
Squeeze of fresh lime

Method

Combine all ingredients in a rocks glass over ice and finish with a squeeze of fresh lime.

For more information on Campari and other cocktail recipes follow @CampariUK on twitter or visit the website www.campari.com.

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