Though not as known outside of Italy, Cedrata is a traditional drink well-loved by Italians. It’s made with an infusion of Calabrian citrons (“cedro” means “citron” in English), a large citrus fruit often used for desserts in Southern Italy.
Spuma Alpina is Fava Bibite’s line of traditional drinks combined with modern tastes, packaged in glass bottles with resealable caps. And the Spuma Alpina Cedrata has sweet citrus flavor notes, and is pleasantly refreshing. It also contains no preservatives, no artificial flavorings, artificial sweeteners, or artificial colors.
Serve the Spuma Alpina Cedrata chilled or over ice. It’s great to pair with light citrusy desserts, like a key lime pie, or a lemon square.
Inside the Brughiera Natural Park, in Como, Lombardy, you will find a small artisan company by the name of Fava Bibite. Italy has a big tradition of soft drinks, and this company is a big part of it.
Fava Bibite has been a family business for three generations, making quality soft drinks for more than fifty years. They use an old recipe, one that uses only natural aromas, and uses no preservatives nor sweeteners. They are the healthier alternative to other drinks, as Fava Bibite does not pack their products with sugar. Their range is wider than just soft drinks now, of course. They make tonics, ginger ales, and organic versions of cola. Whether drunk on their own, or mixed into cocktails, Fava Bibite guarantees quality and deliciousness.
Refrigerate immediately and serve chilled. Once opened, consume within 3 days. Keep refrigerated.