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
1) Pour the ingredients into a tall glass filled with ice.
2) Garnish with a slice of orange.
As the name suggests, it is commonly used to serve cocktails made with fruit juices.