A French aperitif liqueur, flavoured with gentian root for a spicy, fruity and delicately bitter drink. Traditionally it is served neat, with tonic or with orange juice. It also goes well in many cocktails.
Prized for its bracing bitterness, Suze, a French liqueur dating back to 1889, has become something of a cult favorite among bartenders since making its way stateside in 2012. ... Paired with smoky mezcal and floral bianco vermouth in Timothy Miner's Fumata Bianca, on the other hand, Suze shows its more herbal side.