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"Though made with only those two ingredients, there is a secret to perfecting the Garibaldi. It lies in the technique used to add texture to the juice. The OJ should be freshly squeezed and “fluffy,” or aerated"

Named for Giuseppe Garibaldi, a crucial figure in the liberation of both Italy and Uruguay, the red-orange drink represents the red shirts worn by Garibaldi’s followers, or the Garibaldini. Campari, which hails from Piedmont in northern Italy, along with the orange juice and wedge (both nods to Sicily in the south), together represent the idea of the country’s unification, the cause that drove Garibaldi in his life and work.

Best served in a highball glass




  1. Rim your glass by swirling a orange wedge around top of your glass then spin the rim of your glass in your Sweet Orange Infused Sugar Rimmer.

  2. Fill your rimmed, highball glass with ice cubes.

  3. Add the Campari and orange juice, and stir to combine.

  4. Garnish with an orange wedge.

  5. Serve and enjoy!


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