Crodino is an Italian non-alcoholic, sparkling aperitif made with aromatic herbs. The secret of Crodino's success is the unique and appetizing flavour obtained from the traditional extract drawn from a mix of infusion and distillated herbs, plants and fruit pieces that are rigorously selected. Aperitifs are appetite-stimulating beverages, usually enjoyed before a meal. In Italy they are normally served with peanuts, crisps or similar snacks. Crodino is also a deliciously refreshing drink on its own. Crodino takes its name from Crodo, the area in Piedmont (northern Italy) where it has been bottled since 1964.
Ingredients: water, sugar, infusion of aromatic herbs and flavours (including quinine), carbon dioxide, acidifier citric acid, sodium chloride, colourings, E150b and E110.