Campari Ginger
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Campari Ginger
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3.58 / 5
I just tried a spin on Campari and soda. A little sweeter with the ginger ale, and a little smoother with the gin. I just tried a spin on Campari and soda. A little sweeter with the ginger ale, and a little smoother with the gin.
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13.71% | 2.88 units *

Highball glass

Ingredients

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Method
How to make a Campari Ginger

Serves 1 · Takes 3 minutes
Put all ingredients in a tall glass with ice
Stir and serve

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FAQ's

PREPARATION_TECHNIQUES

How do I properly stir the Campari Ginger cocktail to ensure the best flavor?

To stir the Campari Ginger cocktail effectively, fill your highball glass with ice, then add the gin and Campari. Pour the ginger ale gently on top. Use a long spoon to reach the bottom of the glass and stir smoothly and slowly for about 30 seconds. This method integrates the ingredients without overly diluting the drink, maintaining its robust flavors.

GARNISHING_TIPS

What are some garnish recommendations for enhancing the appearance and flavor of the Campari Ginger?

For the Campari Ginger, a citrus twist works beautifully - orange or lemon are both excellent choices. The citrus oils add a fragrant aroma and a slight zestiness that complements the bitterness of the Campari and the spice of the ginger ale. Additionally, a slice of fresh ginger or a sprig of mint can add a visually appealing touch and a burst of fresh flavor.

SERVING_SUGGESTIONS

What is the best way to serve Campari Ginger for an optimal tasting experience?

The Campari Ginger should be served cold in a highball glass filled with ice to keep it chilled without diluting it too quickly. Consider pre-chilling the glass in the freezer for a few minutes before preparing the drink to ensure it stays colder longer. Serving it immediately after stirring is crucial to enjoy its fresh and vibrant taste.

INGREDIENT_SUBSTITUTIONS

Can I substitute another type of bitter for Campari in the Campari Ginger cocktail?

Yes, you can substitute Campari with another bitter liqueur if you prefer a different flavor profile or can't find Campari. Aperol is a good alternative, offering a slightly sweeter, less bitter taste. Alternatively, for a more bitter and complex flavor, try using Gran Classico. Keep in mind that the substitute will alter the cocktail's flavor, so choose based on your taste preferences.

NON_ALCOHOLIC_VARIATIONS

How can I make a non-alcoholic version of the Campari Ginger?

To create a non-alcoholic version of the Campari Ginger, you can substitute the gin with a non-alcoholic gin or seedlip. For the Campari, look for a non-alcoholic aperitif or bitter substitute, like Lyre's Italian Orange. Use the same measurements (30ml non-alcoholic gin and 60ml non-alcoholic aperitif) mixed with ginger ale in a highball glass with ice. This will closely mimic the original drink's flavor profile while being alcohol-free.

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