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    Suze French Aperitif 700ml

    1889 In France Fernand Moureaux had the idea of distilling gentian roots while trying to create an original aperitif based on something other than ...

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Suze Aperitif is a type of French alcoholic beverage. It is made from Gentian root and has a bitter, herbal flavor. Suze Aperitif is typically served as an apéritif before meals. Suze Aperitif is produced in the Jura Mountains region of France. The Suze Aperitif company was founded in 1885 by Fernand Moureaux. Suze Aperitif is available in several different flavors, including original, citrus, and rose.

In the 19th century, bar patrons in France were socializing over Suze a spirit that combined gentian with other botanicals to create aromatic bitters. This French Aperitif has strong ties to Belle Epoque culture and is experiencing a revival due its delicious taste served neat on ice or mixed into cocktails.

The word "apéritif" comes from the Latin word "aperire," which means "to open." An apéritif is meant to stimulate the appetite and prepare the stomach for a meal. Suze Aperitif is often served with a slice of lemon or orange, as well as some sugar to offset its bitterness. Suze Aperitif can be enjoyed on its own or mixed with other alcoholic beverages to create cocktails.

Some popular Suze Aperitif cocktails include the Suze Spritz (Suze + prosecco), the Suze Sour (Suze + lemon juice + egg white), and the Suze Tonic (Suze + tonic water). If you're looking for a low-alcoholic option, Suze Aperitif can also be mixed with club soda or ginger ale. No matter how you enjoy it, Suze Aperitif is a refreshing and unique beverage that is perfect for any occasion.

Cocktail Suggestions:

- Suze Spritz: Combine 2 oz Suze, 4 oz prosecco, and 1 oz club soda in a wine glass filled with ice cubes. Garnish with an orange slice.

- Suze Negroni: Combine 1 oz Suze, 1 oz gin, 1 oz Campari, and 1 oz sweet vermouth in a rocks glass filled with ice cubes. Stir well and garnish with an orange twist.

History: Suze was created in 1889 by Fernand Moureaux. He named the aperitif after his wife Suze, who was the granddaughter of the French politician Talleyrand. Suze Aperitif became popular in the early 20th century and was enjoyed by many famous writers and artists including Ernest Hemingway and Pablo Picasso.

Did you know: Suze Aperitif is one of the few aperitifs that is still made using the original recipe from 1889.


- Suze Aperitif is made from gentian root.

- Suze has been produced in Juzes, France since 1889.

- Suze Aperitif can be enjoyed on its own or as a cocktail mixer.

- Suze was created in 1889 by Fernand Moureaux.

- Suze Aperitif is one of the few aperitifs that is still made using the original recipe from 1889.

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