Cynar is an Italian aperitif liqueur made using 13 different plants. The main flavour is, in fact artichoke, and it gets its name "Cynar" from the Latin for artichoke "Cynara scolymus". It has a…
Yep, that's an artichoke on the bottle. The latin for artichoke is 'Cynara scolymus'. Hence 'Cynar'. There you go. This bottle dates from the 1960s.
Proudly made from artichokes, as shown by the funny looking vegetable on the label, Cynar is a very interesting liqueur indeed. This bottling is from the 1970s.
Cynar! An artichoke liqueur which obviously gets its name from the Latin for artichoke, Cynara Scolymus. You can still get your hands on this stuff, but this big ol' bottle is an antique made in the…
We're not sure exactly when this bottle of Cynar was produced, but the research elves we have working to figure this information out have placed it at in the late 1960s or early 1970s. Cynar, of…
The rather dramatic looking artichoke on the label, this bottle of Cynar is bound to make quite an impression on whomever you share it with. Also, the fact that it's a artichoke flavoured liqueur…
A 1970s bottling of Cynar, the popular Italian aperitif liqueur made with a number of plants including artichoke.