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Difference Between Aperol and Campari

Aperol vs Campari

Aperol and Campari are known as bitters and are widely preferred. They belong to the same family of Italian bitters. Though Italian in origin, Aperol and Campari are now used worldwide. Despite the fact that they have the same linkage, both Aperol and Campari have many differences.

Aperol is also known as the younger brother of Campari. Coming in a bright orange colour, Aperol has been made from many ingredients, such as; licorice, fennel, aniseed, popular buds, bitter clover, wormwood, valerian, gentian, bitter orange, andcinchiona and rhubarb. It was originally manufactured by the Barbieri company. It was in 1919 after the First World War that Aperol became famous. Now Aperol is owned by the Campari company.

A ruby-red drink, the ingredients used in Campari still remain a secret. It is said to consist of Seville orange and herbs, which gives it a different flavour. It is said that the characteristic red color had come from cochineal dye that was derived from a Dactylopius coccus insect. But now only an artificial colouring is used. Caspare Davide Campari first made this drink in 1861 in Milan.

When talking of the two drinks, the two may smell and taste alike but Aperol has a higher sugar content than Campari. In alcohol presence, Aperol contains only half that of Campari. Aperol contains only 11 per cent alcohol.
The two can also be differentiated in their colour. Campari is slightly darker than Aperol. Campari also has a strong flavour when compared to Aperol.
Summary

  1. Aperol is also known as the younger brother of Campari.
  2. Aperol has a higher sugar content than Campari.
  3. In alcohol presence, Aperol contains only half that of Campari. Aperol contains only 11 per cent alcohol.
  4. Campari is slightly darker than Aperol.
  5. Campari has a strong flavour when compared to Aperol.
  6. The ingredients used in Campari still remain a secret. It is said to consist of Seville orange and herbs, which gives it a different flavour.
  7. Aperol has been made from many ingredients, such as; licorice, fennel, aniseed, popular buds, bitter clover, wormwood, valerian, gentian, bitter orange, andcinchiona and rhubarb.
  8. Aperol was originally manufactured by the Barbieri company. It was in 1919 after the Second World War that Aperol became famous. Now Aperol is owned by the Campari company.
  9. Caspare Davide Campari first made the Campari drink in 1861 in Milan.


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