Cocktails

  • Americano
    AMERICANO

    A cocktail you'll love at first sip thanks to its special texture and striking mixture of flavors. There are many legends and stories about how this cocktails got its name, for sure the Americano is one of James Bond's favourite cocktails (he ordered one in 007 Casino Royale). The Americano is part of the official cocktail list of the IBA (international bartending association) and IBA cocktails are prepared all over the world according to this original recipe.

    • - 1 part (1oz, 3cl) Campari
      - 1 part (1oz, 3cl) Red Vermouth
      - Splash of Soda

      Make it
      1) Pour the ingredients directly in a old-fashioned glass
      2) Fill with ice cubes
      3) Add a splash of soda water
      4) Garnish with orange slice or lemon peel.

    AMERICANO
    Rock Tumbler Glass
    Rock Tumbler Glass

    Size: from 20cl

    It is commonly used to serve neat aperitif or any drink “on the rocks”.

  • Negroni
    NEGRONI

    Simple and balanced, it's considered to be one of the most famous Italian cocktails in the world. Invented in 1919 by Count Negoni - who asked to add a touch of gin rather than soda to his americano, in honour of hist last trip to London - the cocktail was finally named after the count who adored it. The Negroni is part of the official cocktail list of the IBA (international bartending association) and IBA cocktails are prepared all over the world according to this original recipe.
     

    • - 1 part (1oz, 3cl) Campari
      - 1 part (1oz, 3cl) Gin
      - 1 part (1oz, 3cl) Red Vermouth
      - 1 slice of orange

      Make it
      1) Pour all ingredients directly into a rock glass filled with ice
      2) Garnish with a slice of orange.
       

    Negroni
    Rock Tumbler Glass
    Rock Tumbler Glass

    Size: from 20cl

    It is commonly used to serve neat aperitif or any drink “on the rocks”.

  • BOULEVARDIER
    BOULEVARDIER

    Invented during the prohibition years and served in American style, The Boulevardier mixes European ingredients and has a rich, intriguing and intense taste.

    • - 2 parts (1oz, 3cl) Campari
      - 2 parts (1oz, 3cl) Red Vermouth
      - 3 parts (1oz, 3cl) Bourbon Whiskey

      Make it
      1) Pour all ingredients into mixing glass with ice cubes.
      2) Stir well and strain into chilled cocktail glass
      3) Garnish with lemon twist.

    BOULEVARDIER
    Cocktail Glass
    Cocktail Glass

    Size: from 16cl to 24cl

    The cocktail glass is commonly used to prepare “straight up” alcoholic cocktails without ice in the glass, usually shaken.

  • CAMPARI ORANGE
    CAMPARI ORANGE

    The eye catching colour and the sweet taste makes this cocktail unique. The Campari orange was originally named Garibaldi - the soldier who fought for the Italian unification movement - as it combines two ingredients that come from north and south of Italy: Campari is from Milan and oranges from the south.

    • - 1 part (1⁄4 oz, 4cl) Campari
      - 3 parts (top) Orange juice

      Make it
      1) Pour the ingredients into a tall glass filled with ice.
      2) Garnish with a slice of orange.

    Campari Orange
    Juice Glass
    Juice Glass

    Size: 40cl

    As the name suggests, it is commonly used to serve cocktails made with fruit juices.

  • CAMPARI SPRITZ
    CAMPARI SPRITZ

    A refreshing cocktail full of taste enhanced by the sparkling aromatic note of Prosecco.

    • - 2 parts (11⁄2 oz, 4cl) Campari
      - 1 part (splash, 2cl) Soda
      - 3 parts (2 oz, 6cl) Prosecco

      Make it
      1) Pour all ingredients directly into a wine glass.
      2) Garnish with a slice of orange.

    Wine Glass
    Wine Glass

    Size: from 30cl to 60cl

    This glass has recently become popular for Prosecco based cocktails.

  • NEGRONI SBAGLIATO
    NEGRONI SBAGLIATO

    In 1972, Mirko Stocchetto at the Bar Basso in Milan added sparkling wine instead of the gin by mistake to a Negroni. He then realized that this variation had some sense and this humble mistake led to the creation of a classic cocktail that is still enjoyed all around the world today, and to its name: in fact, in Italian "sbagliato"  means mistaken. Ideal for those who want to enjoy a few "bubbles" without  having to forget the classic sharp Negroni taste they know and love.

    • - 1 part (1 oz, 3cl) Campari
      - 1 part (1 oz, 3cl) Red Vermouth
      - 1 part (top) Sparkling Wine

      Make it
      1) Build in a double rocks glass with ice.
      2) Garnish with a slice of orange.

    Negroni Sbagliato
    Rock Tumbler Glass
    Rock Tumbler Glass

    Size: from 20cl

    It is commonly used to serve neat aperitif or any drink “on the rocks”.

  • CAMPARI&TONIC
    CAMPARI&TONIC

    Simplicity is often the key to the best results. And this drink proves the point. All it takes is a touch of tonic water to make an irresistible, thirst-quenching cocktail.

    • - 1 part (1,1⁄4 oz, 3,75cl) Campari
      - 3 parts (top) Tonic Water

      Make it
      1) Build the drink in a balloon glass with ice.
      2) Garnish with a slice of orange.

    Balloon
    Balloon Glass

    A stemmed cocktail glass with a balloon shape bowl, ideal for serving gin or cocktails.

    It holds about 415 ml and is 18 cm high.

  • CAMPARI&SODA
    CAMPARI&SODA

    This was the most popular drink in the bar Camparino, opened by Davide Campari himself back in 1915. Simple and easy, and perfect for the aperitif when you are in town.

    • - 1 part (2 oz, 6cl) Campari
      - 3 parts (top) Soda water

      Make it
      1) Prepare directly inside the glass.
      2) Pour the chilled Campari and top up with soda.
      3) Garnish with an orange slice if desired.

    CAMPARI&SODA
    Tulip
    Tulip Glass

    A stemmed glass, wherein the top of the glass pushes out a bit to form a lip in order to capture the head and the body is bulbous.

  • SHAKEN CAMPARI
    SHAKEN CAMPARI

    Campari and the shaker were invented at almost the same time and soon became a twosome. Perhaps this is why together they create something special. Quick, uncomplicated and with a simple elegance it is one of the best ways of enjoying Campari’s complexity.

    • - 1 part (2 oz, 6cl) Campari

      Make it
      1) Shake well with ice and pour into a chilled cocktail glass.

    CAMPARI SHAKERATO
    Cocktail Glass
    Cocktail Glass

    Size: from 16cl to 24cl

    The cocktail glass is commonly used to prepare “straight up” alcoholic cocktails without ice in the glass, usually shaken.

  • CAMPARI ON THE ROCKS
    CAMPARI ON THE ROCKS

    The simplest, most classic way of discovering and enjoying Campari's complexity. The ice will enhance its unmistakeable hint of bitter, entering dry and strong on the palate. The best time to enjoy it? Aperitif time, of course. 

    • - 1 part (2 oz, 6cl) Campari

      Make it
      1) Prepare this cocktail directly inside an ice-filled glass.
      2) Pour Campari.
      3) Garnish with a slice of orange.

    Rock Tumbler Glass
    Rock Tumbler Glass

    Size: from 20cl

    It is commonly used to serve neat aperitif or any drink “on the rocks”.

  • Mi To
    Mi To

    Italy, around 1870. Campari bitter (made in Milan) came together with Cinzano vermouth (made in Turin). An encounter that changed everything. It is hardly surprising that the name Mi-To sounds exactly like the Italian word for ‘Myth’

    • 1 part (3 cl - 1oz) Campari
      1 part (3 cl - 1oz) Red Vermouth

      Make it
      1) Build in a rocks glass full of ice. 2) Garnish with a peel of orange.

    Tulip
    Tulip Glass

    A stemmed glass, wherein the top of the glass pushes out a bit to form a lip in order to capture the head and the body is bulbous.

  • OLD PAL
    OLD PAL

    This is the Stars and Stripes version of the Negroni. It uses the characteristic American spirit – rye whiskey – instead of gin and became famous in the 50s. It is both strong and fascinating, like its most famous
    admirers, the male stars of Hollywood of the time. 

    • - 1 part (3 cl - 1oz) Campari
      - 1 part (3 cl - 1oz) Rye Whiskey
      - 1 part (3 cl - 1oz) Dry Vermouth 


      Make it
      1) Pour all ingredients into a mixing glass filled with ice cubes.
      2) Stir well and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
      3) Garnish with orange peel and red cherry cocktail.

    Cocktail Glass
    Cocktail Glass

    Size: from 16cl to 24cl

    The cocktail glass is commonly used to prepare “straight up” alcoholic cocktails without ice in the glass, usually shaken.

  • CAMPARI MILANO
    CAMPARI MILANO

    Campari Milano is a new reinterpretation of Campari Spritz with a touch of mint and elder flower syrup, that offers an unexpected fresh taste experience. Ideal for the hot summer nights.

    • - 1 part (11⁄2 oz, 4,5 cl) Campari
      - 1 part (1oz, 3 cl) Elderflower syrup
      - 3 parts (3oz, 9 cl) Prosecco
      - 5 mint leaves

      Make it
      1) Prepare directly inside an ice filled glass
      2) Pour the prosecco first then the elderflower and finally the Campari.
      3) Garnish with fresh mint leaves and stir gently. 

    Wine Glass
    Wine Glass

    Size: from 30cl to 60cl

    This glass has recently become popular for Prosecco based cocktails.

The Mixology Map

The Mixology Map

Find out which campari cocktail perfectly suits you.

1Choose your favourite taste

2Choose your favourite spirit

Your choice is:
AMERICANO
AMERICANO
Negroni
NEGRONI
BOULEVARDIER
BOULEVARDIER
CAMPARI ORANGE
CAMPARI ORANGE
CAMPARI SPRITZ
CAMPARI SPRITZ
NEGRONI SBAGLIATO
NEGRONI SBAGLIATO
CAMPARI&TONIC
CAMPARI&TONIC
CAMPARI&SODA
CAMPARI&SODA
SHAKEN CAMPARI
SHAKEN CAMPARI
CAMPARI ON THE ROCKS
CAMPARI ON THE ROCKS
Mi To
Mi To
OLD PAL
OLD PAL
CAMPARI MILANO
CAMPARI MILANO