The Bitter Truth - Cocktail Bitters Bar Pack10th Anniversary Celebration
As part of their 10th anniversary celebrations, the Bitter Truth have released a new tin - The Bitter Truth Cocktail Bitters Bar Pack - which contains five different flavours to the Traveler's Tin, including a totally new flavour to the range; olive.
Each bottle holds 20ml and the flavours include; Tonic, Peach, Olive, Cucumber and Chocolate - all housed in a 3D embossed tin. Inside the tin, along with the bottles, is a handy recipe card which gives hints and tips on how to use the bitters in order to create a range of delicious drinks.
Tasting Notes: TONIC BITTERS: These Bitters provide an authentic Gin and Tonic experience. The combination of citrus and spice containing grapefruit, Sicilian lemon, lime, Seville oranges, juniper, coriander seeds and mace creates a grassy-fresh Japanese green tea bouquet. They’re perfect for cocktails and long drinks based on clear spirits.
PEACH BITTERS: The exquisite fruity aromas of fresh peaches and almonds will improve any cocktail or long drink. The distinctive aroma of fresh peaches unites with notes of almonds extracted from the pits. Completed by fresh citrus and unobtrusive spice flavors these bitters are ideal for all kinds of highballs and cocktails no matter which spirit the drink is based on.
OLIVE BITTERS: With its delicate green olive flavors, soft hints of salt and notes of mustard, sage and thyme you can add Mediterranean aromas to your drinks. The perfect match for all white spirits and fortified wines.
CUCUMBER BITTERS: New ways of mixing your favored spirit by adding unadulterated flavors of green cucumber to your drink. Accompanied by a light bitterness and herbal notes of rosemary, thyme and lingering floral notes of summer blossoms. Light & inviting, these bitters will lift your spirits to new heights like sunshine in spring.
CHOCOLATE BITTERS: Tall, dark and although not necessarily handsome, most definitely rich: with cocoa butter and dark chocolate to entice the nose, hints of vanilla, cinnamon and bitter tones of gentian and wormwood elicit the palate. They play exceptionally well with sweet vermouths and all kinds of aged spirits.