Crodino aperitivo analcolico 10x10cl
This non-alcoholic aperitif was created in 1964 in the northern Italian town of Crodo. The flavor comes from a secret blend of spices such as cardamom, cloves and nutmeg steamed with orange oil and bitter orange peels into a distilled essence. The mixture is aged in oak barrels for six months before spring water, sugar and carbonation are added to make the final beverage.
The company was purchased by Campari in 1995, though the drink is still made in its original location in Crodo using the same water from the Liesel spring.
Crodino’s intense flavour profile lends itself to drinking on the rocks, long with soda, as a spritz with alcohol-free fizz, or as a base for an alcohol-free or low strength cocktail.
Water, sugar, aromatic herbs and aromas (including quinine), carbon dioxide, citric acid, sodium chloride, dyes: E150B and E110