There are numerous not-quite-definitive histories of this wildly popular aperitif. We’re partial to the one Gaspare Campari created in 1860 at his cafe in Milan, Italy. This light, refreshing, low-alcohol drink (it’s a Negroni without the gin) was originally called a Milano-Torino, but was renamed during Prohibition to appeal to American expats who’d adopted it as their own.
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