Why we love it
The Gazzosa is another traditional and classic Italian soft drink, little known outside Italy. Gazzosa is an intensely citrusy scent soft drink, obtained from the infusion of the best Sicilian lemons’ peel. No sweeteners, preservatives, only natural aromas.
The Gazzosa is also used to make the "sciampagnino", a typical Abruzzo's drink which consist in adding gazzosa to the wine, not to water the wine down and make it frizzante, but to create a wine based cocktails, similar to the Spritz, that can be served as an aperitif. The sciampagnino can be made independently with red or white wines and it is also a refreshing solution to a hot day. As per the wine, any fruity, unaged, wine is suitable.
The artisan who made it
Located inside the Brughiera natural park in the province of Como, Lombardy, Fava Bibite is a small artisan company that has been making soft drinks for more than fifty years.
A family business that has always believed in the pursuit of quality - using the best ingredients and a very modern plant.
Italy and Italian soft drinks are not very famous abroad, however, Italy has a big tradition and Fava is part of it. From Cedrata to Chinotto, from Limonata to Gassosa these are only some of the classic, traditional Italian soft drinks, soft drinks made following old recipe and only using natural aroma and without sweeteners or preservatives.
But Fava range is much more than traditional Italian soft drinks and includes plenty of mixers, from tonics to ginger ale, and a whole range of organic soft drinks, including an organic version of Cola, the Italian coke. Fava soft drinks are great, healthier alternatives to mass produced drinks that are too often packed with sugar. Whether you drink them on their own or enjoy them as a cocktail mixer, you’ll be sure to love these delicious soft drinks.
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