Italy's best selling non-alcoholic aperitivo, Crodino is traditionally served in a wine goblet over ice, garnished simply with a slice of orange. Made the same way in the same small Italian village since 1964, its bitter sweet flavor is herbal and citrus-forward with notes of grapefruit and vanilla, and makes for a lovely afternoon sipper. We also like it as a long drink, topped with soda water, and it does well mixed into cocktails, both traditional and non-alcoholic. Try it with gin or grappa for an intriguing continental Collins, or combine with A'Sciliana Lemon Soda for a teetotaler's take on the same. Either way, it's best enjoyed on a shady terrace with friends and a few nibbles before the evening meal.