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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, it's also enjoyed with Coke…
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- sulphur dioxide and sulphites at concentrations of more than 10mg/kg or 10mg/l
Suze Liqueur Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
Good Taste, and Fantastic to Mix
It's so good to be able to source Suze in the UK! We have loved it (cold, with ice) for many years but always had to buy it in France. Thank you, Whisky Exchange!
This product is taste so good I will order another one
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.
hated it at first, then wished I had known about it 10 years earlier. the best.
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.
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!
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.
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!