Sunset Campari and Soda

  • Base Spirit Campari
  • Preparation Mixed
  • Flavor Bitter & Fruity
  • Served On the Rocks

A refreshing twist on the Italian standard, Campari and Soda, made sweeter with a house-made strawberry and blackberry simple syrup using wild blackberries. This sunset-hued drink is a perfect cocktail hour aperitif–low ABV, light bodied, and bubbly!

–Emily Ann Payton FitzGerald

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Sunset Campari and Soda
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Instructions
  1. Fill a large wine glass with ice. Add in Campari, blackberry and strawberry and simple syrup.
  2. Give a gentle stir.
  3. Top with soda.
  4. Garnish with strawberry and blackberries.
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