Produced by Campari, Crodino is Italy’s most popular non-alcoholic aperitif, which has been around since the 1960s. It takes its name from Crodo, a small town located in the North West of Italy, where it has been produced and bottled since 1964, the year of birth of the “Blond” Aperitif. Its unique bitter taste comes from an extract still produced according to a secret recipe, with a traditional infusion of carefully selected herbs, spices, woods and roots that are ripened for six months, giving it a distinctive and refreshing aroma

Crodino 10cl

£1.50Price
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