CAMPARI has released a limited-edition 700ml bottle for the festive season with a label featuring artist Leonetto Cappiello’s 1921 Spiritello print, reinterpreted by Ugo Nespolo. Cappiello’s original is in Milan’s Galleria Campari alongside artworks that showcase the heritage of the brand since 1860. The bright-red Italian aperitif has made a vigorous comeback in the past decade and its bitter orange Aperol sibling, which has less than half the alcohol content, has been the hit of the European cocktail circuit this year. Try 30ml of Campari mixed as a negroni with 30ml Cinzano Rosso and 30ml gin, served with ice and a slice of orange. The best negroni I’ve tried is served at the Bar & Lounge of Hotel BelAir in Los Angeles, where the mix is splashed over a solid chunk of ice in a fine Riedel tumbler. $36.99.