Cynar is an Italian bitter aperitif made with 13 herbs and spices.
It gets its bitter profile from their main botanical being the Cynara artichoke, macerated in alcohol. It can be mixed with a tonic or soda to create an easy but delicious aperitif.
We like playing around with old classics. The older the berry, the sweeter the juice.
- 50ml Cynar (16,5%)
- 150ml Premium tonic or soda
- Ice cubes
- Garneer with an orange zest
Cynar belongs to the Amaro familyAmaro (Italian for bitter) Is an Italian term for a bittersweet herbal liquor. It is commonly used as an aperitif, but can also be enjoyed with some ice after dinner. Amaro’s used to function as a medical cure, so there are excuses to not give it a try.
- Take a tumbler and fill it up with ice cubes
- Pour all the ingredients over the ice
- Top it up with ginger beer
- Stir it up with a bar spoon/spoon
- Garnish with a slice of ginger