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Cynar Liqueur

(70cl, 16.5%)

Cynar Liqueur
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Cynar Liqueur Bottling Note

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 bittersweet flavour, and it works well served with ice, soda and a slice of orange (very popular in Italy). It works well in cocktails made with Campari, where it can replace the Campari with great effect.

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Cynar Liqueur Reviews

An excellent compliment to bourbon in a cocktail

I find it pairs extremely well with bourbon. 2:1 bourbon to cynar is excellent, plus some citrus.
Swap it for the Campari in a Third Man cocktail, Or us it as the amaro in a Paper Plane. Fantastic!

27th January 2021

An excellent addition to the collection of amaro for classic cocktails

A classic bitter liqueur, adds more bite to a Negroni cocktail.

3rd January 2021

A lovely aperitif with a satisfying bitter edge.

If you prefer a Negroni with a slightly more bitter edge, this is the one.
Great on it's own or in a Milano/Torino cocktail.

21st November 2020

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