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With a recipe that can be traced back to the late 1800s, Suze is a French liqueur made from a blend of farmed and wild gentian that’s macerated in alcohol for a year before distillation and blending. With its brilliant yellow color, the bittersweet liqueur may be best known for its role in the White Negroni, but it brings a bright floral bitterness to an array of cocktails. Start your Suze adventures with the recipes below.

Dreadlock HolidayErick Castro’s tropical take on the White Negroni.

Lovage: A BattlefieldA modern spritz that blends Suze with the soft floral botanicals of Cocchi Americano.

Negative SpaceA bright and bubbly cocktail with Suze, crème de cacao and absinthe.

Nester’s RefresherSuze and lemon help make this tonic highball bracingly tart.

Pennington DaiquiriAn earthy take on the classic.

Road FlareSuze brings a bittersweet spark to this tried-and-true combo.

Isle of Golden DreamsBright, bitter and ever-so-slightly grassy thanks to a base of rhum agricole.

Rib Tickler SpritzA bright and bubbly spritz recipe.

White NegroniAs irresistible as its Italian cousin.

White Negroni DaiquiriA delicious mashup of two classics.

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