Finely grate a tablespoon of zest from one washed grapefruit, and reserve.
Combine the grapefruit juice, sugar syrup, lemon juice, and Campari in a jug.
Chill in the fridge for a few hours until it is very, very cold.
Pour the sorbet mixture into an ice-cream machine and churn to slushy, about 15 minutes.
Whisk a spoonful or two with the egg white and zest, using a fork.
Pour this back into the slushy sorbet and continue churning about five minutes.
Spoon into a storage container and freeze a few hours so that the flavours intensify and the ice gets hard.
For a small amount, boil a kettle of water.
Measure out 1 cup/250 ml and pour it over 1-1/4 cups/250 g sugar in a bowl.
Stir to dissolve.
Cool and chill.
For a larger amount, the ratio is one kilo of sugar per litre of water (5 cups sugar and four cups water).
Put these together in a saucepan and bring to a boil for 4 minutes to dissolve the sugar.
Cool and chill.
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