In 1994, Sesto S. Giovanni produced 16 million liters—more than 21 million bottles—of Bitter (or Aperitivo) Campari. (Campari is also bottled by subsidiaries in France, Switzerland, and Brazil.) Of this amount, 11 million liters were exported—four million of them to Campari's best foreign customer, Germany (which drinks several times more Campari than the United States). The Italians are still the champion Campari drinkers by far, however, consuming not only Bitter Campari but also Campari Soda—a premixed cocktail of one part Bitter Campari to two parts soda, which is packaged in three-and-a-half-ounce bottles. The plant at Sesto S. Giovanni makes only one other product—Cordial Campari, a liqueur distilled from raspberries but virtually clear in color. It was all the rage in the caffes along the Via Veneto back in the Dolce Vita days of the 1950s and 1960s—but today, sales are small.