Question: Is Aperol the same as Campari?

They taste different. Aperol is certainly the sweeter of the two and contains hints of bitter orange and both gentian and cinchona flowers. Campari, however, is significantly more bitter with hints of rhubarb, berries and a floral bouquet of potent (and mysterious) herbs.

Can you use Campari instead of Aperol?

Aperol is just a softer, slightly sweeter, slightly less alcohol content version of Campari, he says. They are interchangeable, [but] if you want a more intense drink use Campari. If you want something thats a little lighter and friendlier, use Aperol.

Can Aperol be used in a Negroni?

An Aperol Negroni is a light, refreshing take on a classic Negroni that uses Aperol, instead of Campari, to add bright summer flavors and a luscious orange color.

What is comparable to Aperol?

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Is Cappelletti like Aperol?

Unlike Aperol and Campari, its made from a base of white wine—primarily Trebbiano—which gives it a rich, juicy character. Theres a pleasant, almost vermouth-like sweetness on first sip, but thanks to the herbal and bitter elements, it finishes nice and dry.

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