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An example of the Salers Cobbler, the mixed drink (drink), by Sal Agnello, New Orleans, LA, featuring Salers Gentian Apéritif, raspberries, lemon wheel, sugar, raspberries, mint, and lemon wheel; photo by Lee Edwards

 Salers Cobbler

Muddle in a mixing glass:

3 oz Salers Gentian Apéritif

8 raspberries

2 slices lemon

1 tsp sugar

Shake with ice.

Double-strain into a julep cup or glass cup filled with crushed ice.

Garnish with raspberries, mint, and lemon slices.

Sal Agnello, New Orleans, LA

Salers Gentian Apéritif bottle

Salers Gentian Apéritif

FranceAuvergne 16.0% ABV

16.0% ABV

One of the most classic French aperitifs is a pour of gentiane liqueur on the rocks with a squeeze of lemon. Salers is the oldest gentian liqueur of the Massif Central, birthplace to this style of product. It distinguishes itself with a pure, firm, rustic earthy profile. Unlike its larger rivals, Salers is less sweet and does not add artificial yellow color, revealing a beautiful natural straw color. Enjoy with ice and lemon, lemonade, in the Blond Negroni with gin and Dolin blanc, or as an earthy base note in a variety of cocktails. With the addition of a pinch of salt, Salers takes on herbal, tequila-like flavors. Full details

Salers Gentian Apéritif label

SKU Vintage Region Origin Desc Cepage % Alc Size/Pack Finish BTL Barcode Cs Barcode Cs Wgt
HZ 3700NVAuvergneFRLiqueur; Herbal16.0%750/12T Cap0267571325111026757132511714.70 kg