Crodino Aperitivo Non Alcolico

Difford's Guide
Discerning Drinkers (5 ratings)

Vintage: Non-vintage

Aged: Unaged

Product of: Product of Italy Italy

Crodino is a lightly sparkling Italian non-alcoholic aperitif made with aromatic herbs, which takes its name from Crodo, a small town located in the Piedmont region of North West Italy, where it has been produced and bottled since 1964.

Crodino's flavour is obtained by the infusion and distillation of herbs, plants and fruit. Its ingredients are: water, sugar, infusion of aromatic herbs and flavours (including quinine), carbon dioxide, acidifier citric acid, sodium chloride, colourings, E150b and E110.

Crodino has been part of Campari Group since 1995.

Review and Tasting

Sampled on 04/06/2017


(sample bottle best before Feb/19) Clear, rust orange with very short live white head and a limited number of small rising bubbles.


Zesty citrus – particularly orange, with herbs and quinine.


Bittersweet with a light effervescence. Orange and grapefruit with quinine herbal rooty bitterness, vanilla and light citric acidity.


Long bitter finish. Zesty citrus with lingering bitterness.


Once you become accustomed to Crodino's bitter sweetness, its citrus flavour is very appealing with complex herbal and rooty bitterness, quinine and faint vanilla. All it lacks is alcohol!

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More about Crodino

Produced by: Royal Unibrew
Owned by: Gruppo Campari
UK distribution by: Campari UK
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