Campari Spritz

Have you had the pleasure of meeting the Aperol Spritz’ edgy sister? Invented in 1860 by Gaspare Campari, the bitter Italian aperitivo has been a favorite for cocktail imbibers ever since. This refreshing, and elegant campari spritz recipe combines the best of a spirited Negroni with the Aperol Spritz, swapping its fruitier counterpart with Italy’s iconic red bitter. Botanical gin and floral wildflower honey complement the bitter twisted sister while a splash of sparkling water adds the effervescent tickle you’ve longing for in a classic spritz. 




Makes 1


▢ 1 1/2 oz gin
▢ 1 oz Campari
▢ 2 oz soda water
▢ 1/2 oz Wildflower Honey simple syrup
▢ Ice
 Lemon Wedge

For an NA option, you can swap out the Gin and Campari with 2 oz of Three Spirit Social and 1 oz of grapefruit juice. 


    1. Make the wildflower honey simple syrup. Add 1/2 cup wildflower honey to a small sauce pot with 1/2 cup water. Bring to a simmer and stir until the honey dissolves. Cool completely. 
    2. Add a scoop of ice to your favorite wine glass. 
    3. Add the gin, Campari, honey simple syrup and soda water. Stir with a spoon to evenly combine the ingredients. 
    4. Garnish with an orange slice. 
    5. Saluti! 



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