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Suze Bottling Note

Suze is an absolutely wonderful French aperitif, a classic for bartenders looking to bring light, bright and flavoursome helpings of herbaceousness to their cocktails and long drinks. A superb and simple serving suggestion for this stuff is to fill a glass with ice, add tonic water, a good splash of Suze and enjoy! It's now available at 20% ABV, slightly higher than previous bottlings...

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Angelica, enjoyable gentian bitterness with a touch of herby spice, orange oil and mint.

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Suze Reviews

Wonderful aperitif

My favourite way of drinking Suze - which I was introduced to by my neighbour in France - is with ice and cassis. It really is a wonderful aperitif.

15th February 2023

Lovely before dinner.

Very tasty, the bitterness is balanced well by the orange and mint. Added a slice of orange and ice.

23rd April 2022

Earthy, subtle, semi-sweet, complex and satisfying gentian liquor

You can use Suze in at least two ways. One is to mix it with tonic water and throw in some ice for a Suze mezzo. This is what the locals around the French alps do. For a more elaborate confection, take some blended whiskey (I am using Back Tee which is amazingly cheap and very good), Lillet Blanc and Suze to make a Smokey Mizu cocktail. You don´t use much Suze, about a capful to a 50:50 mix of whiskey and Lillet. It has a deep, bass kind of note, really hard to pin down but is analagous to the taste/smell effects of garlic and truffles (it does not taste like those merely that it is a taste/smell effect at once). I keep Suze on stand-by to add some fun to a more elaborate weekend cocktail.

13th January 2021

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