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25 Easy Campari Cocktails: Crowd-Pleasing Mixed Drinks!

Enjoy these crowd-pleasing yet easy Campari cocktails; this list includes our favorite boozy classics such as negronis, margaritas, and sangria. 

The Campari is a bittersweet liqueur that lends its iconic and vibrant red hue to many classic cocktails.

It’s made with an infusion of herbs, fruits, and spices, which gives it a unique taste that is both bitter and sweet.

This distinctive flavor profile makes it a classic ingredient in many cocktails.

So, if you’re looking to shake up your cocktail repertoire, I’ve rounded up 25 of the best Campari cocktails for you to try.

From classic drinks like the Negroni and Americano to modern twists like the Campari Spritz and Paloma, there’s a recipe here for everyone.

So grab a bottle of Campari and get mixing!

#21 will make you feel like you’re on a tropical vacation.

Here’s a fun fact: the distinctive red in the Campari has not been altered since its creation in 1860.

And what better way to celebrate more than 150 years of history than by starting with a cocktail that embraces Campari’s beautiful hue?

The Spritz combines Campari with prosecco, fresh strawberries, and blood oranges.

It’s light, and refreshing, and captures the essence of summertime in a glass.

If the bitterness of Campari is a bit too much for your taste, this pineapple cocktail is the perfect solution.

The saccharine sweetness of the pineapple juice offsets the bitterness of the Campari while still allowing its flavor to shine through.

This blend is also incredibly easy to make and only requires four ingredients: Campari, pineapple juice, Vermouth, and Bitters.

This two-ingredient cocktail is a classic Italian aperitivo that is both simple and delicious.

It’s made with Campari and fresh orange juice, a balance of bitter and sweet that is sure to please.

If you’re looking for an extra mixologist challenge, try making your own fresh orange juice for this recipe—it’s definitely worth the extra effort!

This cocktail is the quintessential transitional drink for when summer starts to turn into fall.

It combines bourbon, Campari, grapefruit juice, and lemon juice for a balance of sweet, sour, and bitter.

So, when the temperature begins to drop, and the fruits of summer start to fade, make this cocktail to help ease your passage into autumn.

If you’re looking for a libation that fits any festive occasion, from New Year’s Eve to summer BBQs, this Sparkling Campari Orange Cocktail is it.

It’s a lot like the Garibaldi Cocktail, but with the added fizz of sparkling water.

Make a pitcher of this blend for your next party, and watch it disappear!

This cocktail recipe combines the best of both worlds: the classic Spanish Sangria and the bitter-sweet flavor of Campari.

It’s perfect for summer gatherings and can be made in large batches ahead of time.

So, whether you’re hosting a party or just looking for a revitalizing summer drink, this Campari Sangria is sure to hit the spot.

As a twist on the classic Negroni, this beverage swaps out the gin for bourbon and adds in blood orange juice for a tart taste.

Sip this slowly and savor the complex flavor profile of this unique cocktail.

The spice and sophistication of a Boulevardier are sure to satisfy you at any season, whether you’re savoring the last days of summer or hunkering down for winter.

A tiki classic, the Jungle Bird, was invented in Kuala Lumpur in the 1970s.

It’s made with Campari, dark rum, pineapple juice, and lime juice.

This concoction is sure to transport you to a tropical paradise, no matter where you are.

A twist on the classic Margarita, the Paloma combines tequila, grapefruit juice, and Campari.

Enjoy this on a highball glass that’s been rimmed with salt and lime.

It’s just the right alcoholic creation to enjoy on a sunny patio with friends.

This blend is a play on the classic Vodka Sour but with a Campari twist.

The egg white in this recipe gives the drink a beautiful foamy texture, while the orange juice and Campari add a unique flavor profile.

Its floral, tangy, and slightly bitter taste is ideal for any sophisticated palate.

A Mud Puddle and Campari had a baby, and this is what you get: a delightful mix of chocolate, coffee, and orange flavors.

This cocktail is best for after dinner or for anyone who loves a good mocha.

A classic Italian cocktail, the Negroni is made with Campari, gin, and vermouth.

It’s an easy recipe that results in a complex and well-balanced drink.

So, if you’re looking for a drink to impress your friends, look no further than the Negroni.

Another classic aperitivo, the Americano, was created in the 1860s in Milan.

It’s not as bitter as a Negroni, but it still hits the spot with its combination of Campari, sweet vermouth, and club soda.

A smooth and nutty cocktail, the Chestnut Cup is made with gin, Campari, lemon juice, and orgeat syrup.

If you haven’t tried orgeat syrup before, it’s a sweet almond-flavored syrup that adds a delicious depth of flavor to this drink.

You can make the syrup yourself and keep it on hand for when the mood strikes you.

A combination of your go-to tequila cocktail and the classic Italian aperitivo, this drink is sure to become a new favorite.

It’s made with tequila, fresh orange juice, Campari, and lime juice.

You’re never too old for a tequila shot, and this sophisticated twist on the classic will have you feeling like a kid again.

There’s a reason this cocktail is called the Old Flame: it’s a surefire way to ignite your passion.

It’s a heady mix of gin, Campari, sweet vermouth, Cointreau, and orange juice.

You’ll be feeling the heat in no time with this one.

A notorious gangster and bootlegger, Al Capone has a cocktail named after him that’s just as smooth and dangerous.

It’s a mix of rye whiskey, Campari, sweet vermouth, and orange zest.

If you’re feeling daring and bold, make this your drink of choice.

Margarita drinkers, this one is for you.

It’s a classic Margarita with a Campari twist, made with tequila, fresh lime juice, Campari, and simple syrup.

It may be slightly bitter, but it’s still a whole lot of fun.

A riff on the classic Negroni, this cocktail is made with coffee-infused gin, sweet vermouth, and Campari.

It’s the perfect drink for coffee lovers who also enjoy a good cocktail.

So. try this out and savor your new favorite drink.

This cocktail is for the true romantic.

The versatility of Campari allows it to be used in a wide variety of cocktails, and this one is no exception.

Plus, the color is sure to put a smile on your face, and the taste will leave you wanting more.

If you’re on the lookout for a BBQ-friendly cocktail, look no further than the Gin Tiki.

This revitalizing drink is made with gin, Campari, pineapple juice, and lime juice.

So, whether you’re grilling burgers or chicken, this cocktail will be an excellent addition to your cookout.

A refreshing and summery riff on the classic gin sour, this cocktail is made with gin, Campari, elderflower cordial, lemon juice, and egg whites.

It’s not too sweet and not too bitter, making it the perfect drink to enjoy on a warm summer day.

A smoky and citrusy twist on the classic Negroni, this cocktail is made with mezcal, blood orange juice, fresh lime juice, and Campari.

You’ll be transported to a boozy, faraway land with this one.

For a girls’ night in or a summer party, this Frozen Strawberry Vodka Campari Cocktail is sure to be a hit.

It’s made with vodka, strawberries, lemon juice, and Campari.

It can be prepped ahead so you can enjoy your party without having to worry about making drinks for everyone.

In a world of complicated cocktails, sometimes simplicity is key.

This Greyhound is made with grapefruit vodka, Campari, grapefruit juice, and a sprig of rosemary.

It’s the perfect drink to enjoy when you want something refreshing and easy to make.

The bottom line

For a treat to your taste buds, try out one of these delicious Campari cocktails.

Campari is a versatile spirit that can be used in a wide variety of drinks, so there’s sure to be something for everyone.

And there are more than enough ways to enjoy Campari, and these cocktails are just the tip of the iceberg.

So, go on and experiment until you find your perfect drink.

Easy Campari Cocktails

Easy Campari Cocktails

Enjoy these crowd-pleasing yet easy Campari cocktails; this list includes our favorite boozy classics such as negronis, margaritas, and sangria.

Ingredients

  • Classic Campari Cocktail-Spritz
  • Pineapple Campari Cocktail
  • Garibaldi Cocktail
  • A Late Summer Bourbon Cocktail
  • Sparkling Campari Orange Cocktail
  • Campari Sangria
  • Blood Orange Boulevardier Cocktail
  • Jungle Bird
  • The Paloma Cocktail
  • Orange Campari Vodka Sour Cocktail
  • Bittersweet Symphony
  • Classic Negroni Cocktail
  • The Americano
  • The Chestnut Cup Gin Cocktail
  • Tequila, Orange, & Campari Cocktail
  • Old Flame
  • The Al Capone
  • Campari Margarita
  • Coffee Negroni
  • Ruby Hearts
  • Gin Tiki Cocktail
  • Campari & Elderflower Gin Sour
  • Blood Orange Mezcal Negroni
  • Frozen Strawberry Vodka Campari Cocktail
  • Rosemary Grapefruit Greyhound

Instructions

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  2. Select the recipe you’re looking for.
  3. Prep the ingredients as instructed.
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