Suze, among the oldest liqueurs in France, is an aperitif based on yellow gentian, hand-harvested in the mountains of Auvergne. The liqueur was created in 1889 by the Parisian distiller Fernand Moureaux. Suze grew quickly in popularity, and even made it into an early Picasso—“Verre et bouteille de Suze” (1912). Today, Suze is the fifth bestselling liqueur in France. Over the years, Suze gradually took on a somewhat sweeter, less herbal profile. Suze d’Autrefois, however, is modeled on the original 1889 recipe and carries with it a touch of Belle Epoque and Jazz Age Paris.
Intensive notes of gentian, bitter and citrus zest. The recipe inspired by the original recipe from Suze giving its distinctive flavor and a unique personality.