Bitters

An aperitif or aeritif is an alcoholic drink usually enjoyed as an appetizer before a large meal. It is often served with something small to eat, like olives or crackers.
The word is French and is derived from the Latin verb "aperire", which means to open. This etymology is fitting since an aperitif opens the meal. (source Wikipedia)
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Image of Angostura - Aromatic Bitters 1 ReviewAngostura - Aromatic Bitters
A skillfully blended aromatic preparation of gentian flowers in combination with a variety of vegetable colouring matter. Made with the same ingredients since 1824. Angostura aromatic bitters were first made in 1824 by Dr. J.G.B. Siegert in the town of Angostura, Venezuela. The aromatic bitters may be distinguished from all other aromatic bitters by its fine flavour and aromatic odour. At the principal International Exhibition, it has received the highest recognition . Because of its delightful flavour and aroma it has become extremely popular for use in soft drinks, cocktails and other alcoholic beverages.
200ml Bottle £ 10.60
 
Image of Angostura - Orange Bitters Angostura - Orange Bitters
In 1824, the House of Angostura mastered the production of bitters, and today Angostura aromatic bitters is the only bottle that you will find behind every cocktail bar in the world. 183 years on Angostura have, at last, developed their first brand extension - Angostura orange bitters. It has been a long time in the making, but now for the first time there is a high quality, concentrated and balanced orange bitters available for use in the finest cocktails. Angostura orange bitters are new, but the category dates back to long before US prohibition. Orange bitters were incredibly popular at the turn of the 20th century, and were a key ingredient in many original cocktail classics. For example, orange bitters were one of the main ingredients in the original Martini, 'The Martinez' (Gin, Sweet vermouth & Orange bitters). Only very few bitters survived the prohibition era (Angostura aromatic bitters was one) - and during this time orange bitters disappeared from the back bar. Until now! Orange bitters is a key ingredient of many original cocktails dating back from the early age of mixing to the US prohibition, and with renewed interest in these cocktails (at Prohibition style bars like Milk & Honey and Montgomery Place), there is a place for orange bitters on the back bar once again. Examples of classic cocktails using Orange bitters: The Old Fashioned (Bourbon, sugar cube, Angostura aromatic & orange bitters) The Manhattan (Whisky, sweet vermouth, Angostura aromatic & orange bitters) The Champagne Cocktail (champagne, cognac, sugar cube & Angostura orange bitters) The Martini (Gin, Sweet or Dry vermouth, Angostura orange bitters) The Casino (Gin, Maraschino, lemon juice and Angostura orange bitters). Angostura Orange Bitters is a blend of citrus essence with oils from bitter and sweet oranges, herbs and spices. The result is impressively complex and overall balanced, which can do wonderful things to cocktails when properly used. Tasting Note: 'The first impressions of Angostura Orange Bitters are a soft aroma of orange and geranium. The first level of flavour is reminiscent or rich, fresh sweet blood oranges with spicy notes of cardamom and coriander. This is followed by more complex level of dry bitters orange. Clear and with unparalleled depth of flavour, Angostura Orange Bitters is an exotic and versatile bitters that works incredibly well with vodka, gin and whisky, and adds real depth of flavour to rum cocktails.'
100ml Bottle £ 6.73
 
Image of Dale Degroff - Pimento Aromatic Bitters Dale Degroff - Pimento Aromatic Bitters
Dale DeGroff's Pimento Aromatic Bitters was created by blending pimento, a complex and layered spice, with a hint of anise and other herbs. Pimento, the Jamaican word for allspice, adds a wonderful accent to many drinks. Use it to spice a wide range of classic and modern favourites like the Pina Colada, Painkiller, Mai Tai, the Sazerac, and whiskey or Champagne cocktails. Or use it to accent straight spirits like grappa, gin, and whiskey.
25cl Bottle £ 17.80
 
available 07th May 2014
Image of Dr Adam Elmegirabs - Aphrodite Dr Adam Elmegirabs - Aphrodite
Aphrodite Bitters are a unique, hand-crafted cocktail ingredient which take their name from the Greek goddess of sexuality and love. Aphrodisiacs are substances that are alleged to increase sexual desire and like many traditional bitters the botanicals selected for this bottling have been chosen for their alleged medicinal qualities, in this case as an aphrodisiac. The finest chocolate, cocoa nibs, ginger root, red chilli, Arabica coffee and ginseng are compounded to create a complex flavour profile with each botanical playing off and enhancing one another.
100ml Bottle £ 9.55
 
Image of Dr Adam Elmegirabs - Bokers Dr Adam Elmegirabs - Bokers
Founded by John G. Boker in 1828, Boker's Bitters gained popularity in New York and around the World as the finest bitters of the Golden Age of mixed drinks. Boker's Bitters were famously the preferred brand of Professor Jerry Thomas and featured throughout his book, 'How to Mix Drinks or The Bon Vivant's Companion', now recognised as the World's first bartender's guide. Despite being unequalled when used in the refined drinks of the bar, the devastating effect of The Volstead Act, commonly referred to as Prohibition, closed the Boker's company in the 1920s. Referencing receipts dating back to 1853, these recreated bitters are compounded using the finest natural herbs and spices and are once again being used globally by bartenders in original libations and classics such as the Japanese Cocktail, Martinez, Manhattan, Crusta and Improved Cocktail. A note from Dr Adam Elmegirab "The growth of the internet has coincided with an increased want for information from bothbartenders and consumers alike. With the release of my Bitters Product Portfolio at thetail-end of 2010, which detailed the production process of my bitters as well as tasting notes, I have had numerous requests for more information on the botanicals I use to compound my bottlings. Having thought long and hard about ways in which I could improve the product knowledge of my bitters I decided it would be a good idea to compile detailed information on all thebotanicals I use so you can understand a little more about ingredients you will have heardof but may never come into contact with, have a better grasp of where the flavour profile comes from, and also gain a deeper knowledge of each botanical's historical and medicinalrelevance. This goes against the philosophy of many bitters producers who wish to remain assecretive as possible, which in my opinion detracts from the full potential of bitters andtheir vast array of uses in both the culinary and cocktail crafts. By releasing thisinformation I feel that bartenders and consumers will be better equipped to use mybottlings to their full potential..." Dried orange peel Medicinal uses - Whole orange peel contains compounds that lower blood pressure and possess asubtle bitterness that stimulates appetite. Rich in vitamin C it is also recommended in fighting coughsand colds as well as being used as an aromatic and flavour enhancer in medicine. Taste - Dominant orange and subtle woodiness with a perfumed backbone. Quassia bark Medicinal uses - Quassia is a tonic used to treat malaria and fevers as well as being widely used tostimulate saliva, digestive juices and as a choleretic, bile in the liver. Taste - Intensely bitter and an astringent bark. Green Cardamom Medicinal uses - Cardamom seeds are primarily used for indigestion and to treat stomach-aches and cramps. Taste - Strong and aromatic, subtle citrus, ginger, spice, wood and mint with herbal complexity. Mallow flowers Medicinal uses - Infused mallow flowers are a popular remedy for coughs and colds. Taste - Edible flower with a sweet taste similar to marshmallow.
100ml Bottle £ 9.68
 
Image of Dr Adam Elmegirabs - Dandelion & Burdock Dr Adam Elmegirabs - Dandelion & Burdock
Released in the winter of 2009, Dandelion & Burdock Bitters are a unique, hand-crafted cocktail ingredient created by Adam Elmegirab to satisfy the global bar community's growing demand for new and exciting products. Dandelion & Burdock is a traditional British beverage dating back to the 1300s and is believed to have been created by the Italian priest Saint Thomas Aquinas. They were famed for their alleged medicinal properties, like the many cocktail bitters that followed in later years, and were a favourite drink of Adam during his childhood. Referencing a number of Dandelion & Burdock receipts, these bitters attempt to capture their flavour profile in bitters formulae. Compounded using the finest natural botanicals, these bitters are now being used by bartenders around the globe in a number of classic cocktails and original libations such as the Chiapas Old Fashioned, created by Adam Elmegirab for Yatai in 2009. A note from Dr Adam Elmegirab "The growth of the internet has coincided with an increased want for information from bothbartenders and consumers alike. With the release of my Bitters Product Portfolio at thetail-end of 2010, which detailed the production process of my bitters as well as tasting notes, I have had numerous requests for more information on the botanicals I use to compound my bottlings. Having thought long and hard about ways in which I could improve the product knowledge of my bitters I decided it would be a good idea to compile detailed information on all thebotanicals I use so you can understand a little more about ingredients you will have heardof but may never come into contact with, have a better grasp of where the flavour profile comes from, and also gain a deeper knowledge of each botanical's historical and medicinalrelevance. This goes against the philosophy of many bitters producers who wish to remain assecretive as possible, which in my opinion detracts from the full potential of bitters andtheir vast array of uses in both the culinary and cocktail crafts. By releasing thisinformation I feel that bartenders and consumers will be better equipped to use mybottlings to their full potential..." Dandelion root Medicinal uses - Dandelion roots are commonly used to stimulate appetite, digestion and improvethe function of the liver and kidney and also as an anti-viral agent. Taste - Malt, honey, toasted bread and muscavado. Burdock root Medicinal uses - Burdock root contains polyacetylenes that gives the herb its antibacterial andantifungal properties and like Dandelion roots they are commonly used to stimulate appetite, digestion and improve the function of the liver and kidney. Taste - Slightly sweet, earthy, woody, with notes of smoked tea, dark chocolate and liquorice. Fresh ginger root Medicinal uses - Ginger root is widely used to prevent and treat nausea and vomiting brought aboutby motion sickness. It is also used to treat migraines, as an anti-inflammatory, to aid digestion and isknown to stimulate saliva. It has also been suggested that ginger root may assist in loweringcholesterol. Taste - Aromatic, pungent, sweet and spicy. Dried orange peel Medicinal uses - Whole orange peel contains compounds that lower blood pressure as well as asubtle bitterness that stimulates appetite. Rich in vitamin C it is also recommended in fighting coughs and colds as well as being used as an aromatic and flavour enhancer in medicine. Taste - Dominant orange and subtle woodiness with a perfumed backbone. Dried lemon peel Medicinal uses - Lemon peel is recognised as an aromatic and flavour enhancer in medicine. Rich invitamin C it is also recommended in fighting coughs and colds as well as being a stomach tonic insettling flatulence Taste - Dominant lemon, almost soap-like, with a soft woody finish. Star Anise Medicinal uses - Star Anise is used in the production of Tamiflu, the only drug known to reduce theseverity of Bird Flu. It also has carminative, stomachic, stimulant and diuretic properties and is used torelieve headaches. Taste - A subtle sweet combination of licorice, aniseed, fennel and tarragon.
100ml Bottle £ 9.68
 
Image of Dr Adam Elmegirabs - Spanish Bitters Dr Adam Elmegirabs - Spanish Bitters
Colour/Nose - Copper coloured. Wood spice, chamomile and burnt citrus. Palate - Initial sweetness followed by predominant chamomile and layers of complex flavour including coriander, raspberry, honey, citrus and pomegranate. Finish - Long bittersweet finish with a hint of violet. Overproof spirit and eight botanicals including chamomile, orange peel, lemon peel, coriander seed and orris root. Originally available in the 1800's. Maceration - Eight botanicals steeped in overproof spirit for no less than two weeks. Dilution - Diluted to bottling strength with Scottish water. Coloured with caramel.
100ml Bottle £ 9.68
 
Image of Dr Adam Elmegirabs - Teapot Bitters Dr Adam Elmegirabs - Teapot Bitters
Dr. Adam Elmegirab's Teapot Bitters are inspired by the combined medicinal history of tea and bitters, a modern understanding of flavour matches, ancient tea and spice routes, and the profile of Masala Chai (spiced milk tea from India). Produced on a base of rum alongside a host of botanicals including Black Tea, Yerba Mate, hazelnut, citrus peel, vanilla, ginger root, warm spices and one secret botanical which rounds off the desired flavour profile offering up notes of almond, vanilla, rose and bitterness throughout. Handcrafted, hand-bottled and hand-labelled, Teapot Bitters are a great addition to any bitters collection adding depth to simple beverages such as a Tom Collins or Rum & Ginger Beer, with spirits such as genever, rum and brandy, a point of difference in a wide range of classic cocktails and punches, or in original libations such as Dr. Adam's Rum Punch a la Mim calling for Diplomatico Anejo and Smith & Cross rums, chilled green tea, lemon sherbet, fresh pressed pineapple juice, Teapot Bitters and sparkling water. Tasting Notes: Dr. Adam Elmegirab's Teapot Bitters have layers of complex flavour with pronounced bitter black-tea backed up by rose, almond, vanilla, hazelnut, fennel, cardamom and subtle citrus peel, all leading to a long bitter-almond finish.
100ml Bottle £ 9.68
 
Image of Dr Peychauds Dr Peychauds
In the early 1800's, Antoine Amedie Peychaud, an apothecary, gained fame in New Orleans not for the drugs he dispensed, but for the compounding of a liquid tonic called bitters. These bitters, good for what ailed one, irrespective of malady, gave an added zest to the portions of cognac brandy he served in his pharmacy. Cognac had long been a popular drink in the numerous coffee houses of New Orleans, and presently customers began demanding their brandy be spiked, with a dash of the marvellous Peychauds Bitters. The zest Peychauds Bitters gives drinks and food has given it an honoured place in famous gourmet recipes the world over. For any bar to be complete there must be a bottle of Peychaud's Bitters. Necessary in all of the most sophisticated cocktails, Peychaud's enhances the taste of whatever you're sipping. Try them in Manhattans, Old Fashioneds, Whisky Sours or in thier signature Sazerac Cocktail.
5 FL OZS £ 8.41
 
available 15th May 2014
Image of Fee Brothers - Aztec Chocolate Fee Brothers - Aztec Chocolate
Ancient Aztecs would celebrate with a bitter beverage made from cacao beans, peppers and spices. Use a few drops to Fee's Aztec Chocolate bitters to expand the flavour of a cocktail.
150ml Bottle £ 8.62
 
Image of Fee Brothers - Black Walnut Bitters Fee Brothers - Black Walnut Bitters
A rich and nutty unique flavour, the perfect way to add a whole new twist to classic recipes.
150ml Bottle £ 9.40
 
Image of Fee Brothers - Celery Fee Brothers - Celery
If you're looking for a way to add extra zing to a cocktail, look no further than Fee Brothers Celery Bitters, the latest addition to Fee Brothers' Bitters portfolio. Demonstrating distinct celery notes, with background garlic and spice flavours, Fee Brothers Celery Bitters will take its place in the range as an exciting new ingredient for professional and amateur mixologists alike, and cooks who want to experiment and add a dash of intrigue to dishes such as salads, soups, grilled fish and bubbling hot cheese on toast. Celery bitters were produced in the nineteenth century by several different companies, and are occasionally cited in older recipe books, but the decline of bitters in the twentieth century sealed their fate and celery bitters were phased out. But with a renewed interest in all things retro, Celery Bitters are making a comeback and will join classics such as Orange Bitters, Rhubarb Bitters and Old Fashion Bitters in Fee Brothers' range of top-class Bitters.
150ml Bottle £ 8.82
 
Image of Fee Brothers - Cherry Fee Brothers - Cherry
The re-birth of a historical cocktail ingredient. Use a dash or two to enhance a cocktail with its strong fruit flavour.
150ml Bottle £ 8.52
 
Image of Fee Brothers - Cranberry Fee Brothers - Cranberry
Was £8.68 - Now £7.52
Use a few dashes of Fee's Cranberry Bitters to add an interesting background flavour to your cocktails.
150ml Bottle £ 7.52
 
Image of Fee Brothers - Grapefruit Fee Brothers - Grapefruit
Another weapon in the arsenal of a creative bartender. The great citrus taste of Grapefruit combined with the classic spice flavours of bitters.
150ml Bottle £ 8.42
 
Image of Fee Brothers - Lemon Fee Brothers - Lemon
Lemon Bitters Cocktail flavouring, prepared from a variety of carefully selected lemon oils, augmented with Lemon Grass and other natural flavours. Just a few dashes of Fee's Lemon bitters add an interesting background flavour to your cocktails, soups and sauces. The Fee Brothers Lemon Bitters were introduced at the Tales of the Cocktail convention in New Orleans.
150ml Bottle £ 10.46
 
Image of Fee Brothers - Mint Fee Brothers - Mint
The fresh taste of mint when you don't have mint leaves handy. Great in a Mint Julep or a Mojito.
150ml Bottle £ 9.49
 
Image of Fee Brothers - Old Fashioned Aromatic Fee Brothers - Old Fashioned Aromatic
The classic Bitters used in every bar. A necessary ingredient in a Manhattan or a Planter's Punch and so many more drinks.
150ml Bottle £ 8.71
 
Image of Fee Brothers - Orange Fee Brothers - Orange
This old cocktail ingredient went unnoticed for years, until recently. A new interest in classic cocktails has brought it out of retirement. There are many recipes that call for Orange Bitters, but of most note is the "Classic" Martini. Try a dash in your next Martini and you will never want one without Orange Bitters again.
150ml Bottle £ 8.42
 
Image of Fee Brothers - Peach Fee Brothers - Peach
Another long lost cocktail ingredient enjoying new interest. Try Peach Bitters in a Coronation or a Xeres. Your drinks will be unique.
150ml Bottle £ 8.48
 
Image of Fee Brothers - Rhubarb Fee Brothers - Rhubarb
The delicate flavour of Rhubarb combined with other flavours available in 1800's America.
150ml Bottle £ 8.52
 
Image of Fee Brothers - Whiskey Barrel Aged Fee Brothers - Whiskey Barrel Aged
Freshly emptied oak whiskey barrels from Tennessee, interiors charred and soaked with aged whiskey, are used by Fee Brothers to age aromatic bitters. Savour the result of the mingling of these great flavours. This premium bitters is a strictly limited edition item and they bottle it only once a year in the spring. When it's gone it's gone (until next year anyway). Limited stock.
150ml Bottle £ 16.85
 
Image of Mozart - Chocolate Bitters Mozart - Chocolate Bitters
Mozart Chocolate Bitters use barrel aged cocoa macerate as the base for the product. The distinct taste of chocolate is completed by natural aroma extracts from spices such as nutmeg (only natural ingredients are used). The special storage of the concentrate emphasises the intense taste of all ingredients. The alcohol base is a fine sugar cane distillate. The taste of Mozart Chocolate Bitters develops in the drink. A note of cocoa touches your palate and leaves a subtle but clear hint of finest chocolate.
5cl Miniature £ 6.88
 
Image of Regans - Orange Regans - Orange
Looking for the perfect Orange Bitters to use in your next cocktail? Here's the one to try. They add a delightful complexity to all manner of cocktails, you'll be amazed at the difference just a few drops of this elixir can make.
5 FL OZS £ 8.36
 
available 15th May 2014
Image of The Bitter Truth - Aromatic The Bitter Truth - Aromatic
Strong and aromatic. This bitter offers an aroma reminiscent of ginger bread.
200ml Bottle £ 14.12
 
Image of The Bitter Truth - Celery The Bitter Truth - Celery
Best new product category at the Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards Ceremony, New Orleans 2010. A lost ingredient. Defunct for decades. Now revived to please the most discriminating palate.
200ml Bottle £ 14.48
 
Image of The Bitter Truth - Chocolate The Bitter Truth - Chocolate
New bitters for a new era of cocktails. Deep chocolate notes are supported by classic bitter flavours and accented with a hint of spice. Plays perfectly with most dark spirits, rums and tequilas.
200ml Bottle £ 15.08
 
available 15th May 2014
Image of The Bitter Truth - Creole The Bitter Truth - Creole
Evokes the flavours of the original New Orleans cocktail bitters. The beautiful metallic red label houses a fiery anise tinged cherry red coloured liquid. Try it in your favourite Manhattan variant and of course, in a Sazerac. The complex combination of flavours hints upon spice, bitterness and cardamom with a subtle floral finish.
200ml Bottle £ 14.26
 
Image of The Bitter Truth - Grapefruit The Bitter Truth - Grapefruit
Grapefruit meets with hops to create a fresh, bright citrus note. Best friends with gin and tequila, this bitter plays nicely with fizzing and fruity drinks as well.
200ml Bottle £ 14.46
 
Image of The Bitter Truth - Jerry Thomas The Bitter Truth - Jerry Thomas
In honour of professor Jerry Thomas, formerly principle bartender at the Metropolitan Hotel, New York , and the Planters House, St. Louis. Very fruity and very bitter. Citrus and dried fruit aromas unite with the spicy and bitter flavours of cloves, angostura bark and cinnamon.
200ml Bottle £ 14.78
 
Image of The Bitter Truth - Lemon The Bitter Truth - Lemon
The Bitter Truth Lemon Bitters were the first lemon bitters on the market. They add the liveliness and freshness of lemons to every cocktail. They are primarily suited for drinks that are based on clear spirits like Vodka, Gin and Silver Tequila, but also go well with many other spirits and liqueurs. Fresh and fruity-tangy with an unbelievably intense citrus note. They are bitter to the taste with flavourful notes of coriander and cardamom in the background.
200ml Bottle £ 14.45
 
Image of The Bitter Truth - Orange The Bitter Truth - Orange
The Bitter Truth Orange Bitters are a combination of bitter orange peel and several herbs and spices that are macerated in alcohol. The first orange bitters were released in the 1880s, a time when many classic cocktails such as the Martinez and Manhattan were created. Today they are still essential for the preparation of a Classic Martini Cocktail. The Bitter Truth Orange Bitters can be combined with all kinds of spirits such as Whisk(e)y, Rum, Vodka and Gin. The fruity sweetness at the beginning is quickly followed by a very bitter taste. The aroma of bitter orange peel is in the foreground, completed by spicy flavours of cardamom, carraway and nutmeg.
200ml Bottle £ 14.02
 
Image of The Bitter Truth - Orange Blossom Flower Water The Bitter Truth - Orange Blossom Flower Water
The Bitter Truth Orange Flower Water is a non-alcoholic seasoning for drinks and food made with natural orange blossoms. The scent of the Orange Flower Water is intense and flowery; the taste is natural and subtle. It's therefore excellently suited for drinks and dishes with a flavour profile which is not too overpowering but delicate like the blossom. It's not only an indispensable ingredient in classic drinks like the Ramos Gin Fizz and the Wallick - a Martini Cocktail variation; it is also often used as seasoning for several dishes and desserts.
125ml Bottle £ 10.56
 
Image of The Bitter Truth - Peach The Bitter Truth - Peach
Was £13.88 - Now £12.15
The Bitter Truth Peach Bitters are a contemporary interpretation of a classic style of bitters. Fresh and fruity with intense peach notes. Delicate peach notes, balanced with hints of almonds and backed up with spices and balanced bitter nuances.
200ml Bottle £ 12.15
 
Image of The Bitter Truth - Rose Water The Bitter Truth - Rose Water
The Bitter Truth Rose Water is only flavoured with organic blossoms of roses. After the intricate distillation process and a short rest period the entire floral aroma unfolds. The scent of the Rose Water is flowery and very natural. Since it's very intense it should be used advisedly. It can be combined with all kinds of clear spirits and fruit liqueurs. Drinks like the Rosewater Rickey and the Rose Margarita give an impression in which variable manner this blossom water can be used. In Indian and Arabian cuisine Rose Water is also used to season many dishes and desserts.
125ml Bottle £ 10.56
 
Image of The Bitter Truth - Thomas Henry Bitters The Bitter Truth - Thomas Henry Bitters
Thomas Henry Bitters have a fresh citrusy spiced aromatic nose. Containing Sicilian lemon, orange and grapefruit, they combine zesty flavours against a background of juniper, coriander and maze. These fresh grassy tones work beautifully with the classic gin and tonic mix. They are a perfect way to upgrade the customer experience and introduce bitters back into the mainstream. However, the product remains versatile, and is perfect for cocktails and long drinks which are based on clear spirits such as gin, vodka, tequila or light rum, or Blanco tequilas - the addition of 2-3 dashes is ideal to flavour the drink.
200ml Bottle £ 14.50
 
Image of The Bitter Truth - Traveller's Set The Bitter Truth - Traveller's Set
The Bitter Truth - Cocktail Bitters Traveler's Set can be carried in flight hand luggage and therefore is the ideal companion for all globetrotters who won't settle for anything less than perfect drinks during their flight! Including 5 different flavours in a lovely designed box this kit is also the perfect addition to anybody's home bar. Tasting Notes: CELERY BITTERS: Very complex and exotic. The initial flavour of celery is dominant, leading into a complex palate with aromas of lemongrass, orange peel and ginger. OLD TIME AROMATIC BITTERS: Classically bitter and tangy. Combining the aromatics of cinnamon, cardamom, anise and cloves, it reminds one of gingerbread. ORANGE BITTERS: The aroma of bitter orange peel is in the foreground, complimented by the spicy flavours of cardamom, caraway and nutmeg. CREOLE BITTERS: The complex combination of flavours hints upon spice, bitterness and cardamon with a subtle floral finish that evokes the flavours of Creole cuisine in New Orleans/Louisiana. JERRY THOMAS: In honour of professor Jerry Thomas, formerly principle bartender at the Metropolitan Hotel, New York , and the Planters House, St. Louis.
20ml Bottles £ 3.19