Truly worth the time required to create this ice cold refreshing drink.
This cocktail comes as advertised: some Campari, some soda. Oh, and a twist of orange peel. Beautiful on a hot day.
Bar none my favourite Italian cocktail. I love it before dinner; the bitter herbal quality of the Campari seems to stimulate the appetite.
A sophisticated and strong cocktail that originates from Italy. Equal parts of gin, campari and sweet vermouth are shaken with ice. Serve as an apéritif.
A very fresh and delicate twist on the bellini cocktail to welcome your friends. You can't go wrong with fruit and Champagne!
The only thing better than limoncello is homemade limoncello. Use fresh, unwaxed lemons for the very best results in flavour.
This cocktail is of Italian origins. Equal parts of campari, gin and sweet vermouth are lightly diluted with sparkling water. Serve as a pre-dinner drink to stimulate the appetite.
Traditional Italian limoncello is typical of the Amalfi coast, a beautiful area around Naples. It's traditionally made with Sorrento lemons, which are large and flavorful and a really unique Italian product.
If you have ever been to an Italian 'aperitivo', you have probably sipped a spritz. It's an alcoholic drink, made with prosecco and Aperol, with a citrusy flavour. Serve as they do in Italy with chips, roasted nuts and tasty canapes.