Mandarinetto and Cordial Campari!

Oct 1st, 2001, 12:58 PM
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nancy
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Mandarinetto and Cordial Campari!

Found two liquors that I LOVED, in italy.
Mandarinetto
and Cordial Campari.
Only brought back one bottle of each.
am having no luck locating any here in the Vermont area
(not a big surprise to me!)

Any help?
anyone else try these?
 
Oct 1st, 2001, 01:18 PM
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What is the difference between Campari (which we buy all the time to mix with soda in the summer) and Cordial Campari?
 
Oct 1st, 2001, 02:36 PM
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Diane, have you tried it with tonic water? Also lovely with orange juice!
 
Oct 1st, 2001, 04:54 PM
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Cordial Campari.
a clear, SWEET, but with a bite!liquor.
It is made from lemons and raspberries.
Yummy.
I had a really fun time in a
Roman market trying to make myself understood in my beginner Italian, that i was interested in this different Campari,
an in HOW and WHAT made it differentfrom the regular Campari.

It is really a yummy sipping drink.
I had one every night before bed, sitting on our apt. terrace,
looking over Piazza Farnese and the Palazzo.
I have only a few drinks left.
and I know it will not last til I return to italy in May.

Mandarinetto is a orange liquor.
But, it is similar to limoncello than Cointreu or Triple Sec.
It too is one of those smooth liquors that slide down *much* too easily
Both taste really great COLD or with ice.

Anyone ?
Well, keep these in mind when going to Italy.Give them a try.
Much tastier than Cynar.
(I see them as summer drinks, but maybe just cause I had them in the summer)

 
Oct 2nd, 2001, 03:39 AM
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ttt for today's group
 
Oct 2nd, 2001, 04:15 AM
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Was therea shutdown of
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between 7:39 and 8:19?
 
Oct 2nd, 2001, 04:36 AM
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maybe, cause something funky happened when I tried posting earlier n US board, then just got through with that post, to find that I have now double posted, but one hr apart
Confused? yes.
 
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