Cynar (pronounced chee-NAHR) is an Italian aperitivo, and though it shares some qualities with amari, it's not nearly as bitter as products like Campari or Fernet. The label notably features an artichoke, and while artichokes are among the 13 ingredients in Cynar, it doesn't really taste like it.

Cynar has become a favorite of craft bartenders over the last decade (some would say that's mostly out of novelty), and today you can find Cynar cocktails on menus all over the world.

This product has been discontinued.
Proof 33 16.5% ABV
Type liqueur
Variety amaro liqueur
Style aperitivo
Mash Bill Herbs and Spices, Including Artichokes
Brand Cynar
Country Italy
Cost USD $25 {{drinkHelpers.priceIndicator(25)}} (last verified in 2015)