Gaspare Campari created Campari in Novara, Italy, in 1860. The first Campari production facility was established in Sesto San Giovanni, an Italian town close to Milan, in 1904. More than 190 nations now sell Campari products.
Campari is often used in cocktails to add layers of complexity and bitterness, it is also commonly served with soda water or citrus juice garnished with blood orange. Or to make the most delectable spritz mix with ice, Prosecco and soda water.