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.
water, sugar, infusion of aromatic herbs and flavours (including quinine), carbon dioxide, acidifier citric acid, sodium chloride, colourings, E150b and E110.