Suze Liqueur

100cl / 15%
Suze Liqueur
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A famed French aperitif liqueur flavoured with gentian root, giving a spicy, fruity and delicately bitter drink. Traditionally it's served neat, with tonic or with orange juice as well as a flavour in many cocktails. According to the manufacturers in Switzerland it's also enjoyed with Coke...

Country
France
Flavour
Gentian

Allergen Information

This product may contain the following:
  • sulphur dioxide and sulphites at concentrations of more than 10mg/kg or 10mg/l

Suze Liqueur Reviews

6 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    9 January

    Wonderful, delightful -- but I love many of the Franco-Italian herb-based appertivi -- eg Punt e Mes. Distinctive and refreshing particularly in warm climates/weather. Have not been able to locate locally (my bottle was carried from France). As an aside, the French firm Herm?s offers a remarkable eau de cologne ''Eau de gentiane blanche'' -- for connoisseurs only.

  • 5
    4 August 2014

    hated it at first, then wished I had known about it 10 years earlier. the best.

  • 12 June 2013

    Definitely not for everyone, but that's just another reason why I love it. My father and I could keep a bottle in the house before I left home and, unlike any other drink, not worry about the rest of the family drinking it. Simultaneously bitter and sweet, it's a rewardingly challenging flavour. Must be served over ice, and when it is nothing is more refreshing on a hot day.

  • 2 January 2013

    it tastes a bit like grassy mud. Not really very nice at all sorry, i'm definately not a fan! Got a bottle as a gift for xmas but it's that bad I can't drink it, tried to give it away to a friend at our NYE party but they didn't like it either. It's certainly a unique flavour, but I would say it's not for everyone!

  • 21 December 2012

    First came across this in French Living, Nottingham and was hooked! A truly elegant drink, best over ice. I buy it whenever I can and cannot recommend it highly enough. A true French classic of some pedigree which is now, I believe, part of the Pernod combine. If you look carefully you will see it advertised on the side of a ruined building in the film Saving Private Ryan.

  • 7 February 2012

    Wonderful on the rocks as an aperitif, and nice too mixed with a little bubbly or seltzer water. Pure gentian flower taste, medium bitter taste tempered with slight sweet, smooth texture. Brings back memories of romance in Paris with my former love!