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MIXERS

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  • Mayan Sun Salt

    Mayan Sun™ is tropical sea salt from ocean water trapped in man-made ponds in El Salvador. These mangrove sanctuaries are formed from mineral-rich volcanic soil. Pure ocean water is captured in the salt, imparting great flavor and high mineral content.

  • Scrappy's Gift Box #1

    This is the perfect starter gift for the home or commercial bartender. We have even stashed a recipe card inside each box to get your creative juices flowing! Contains: Lime, Lavender, Celery and Orange.

  • Scrappy's Lavender Bitters

    Scrappy's flagship blend. Scrappy's are the originators of lavender bitters. Bright, sweet, yet remarkably well grounded (grounded or rounded?). The original Lavender bitter captures spring in a bottle which allows you to place the soul of the lavender flower in a glass.

  •  Dr. Elmegirab's Aphrodite Bitters

    A new bottling released in the summer of 2011, 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.

  •  Dr. Elmegirab's Boker's Bitters

    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.

  •  Dr. Elmegirab's Dandelion & Burdock Bitters

    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.

  • Bittermens Boston Bittahs

    A peculiar combination of citrus & chamomile. We recommend adding a dash to libations that you’d rather drink while relaxing outdoors on a warm summer night.

    After the rousing success of the ‘Elemakule Tiki Bitters, we set forth to come up with a new bitter that celebrated both the return of summer and our return to Boston after 14 years. It’s citrus, citrus, citrus and more citrus, supported with a heavy dose of chamomile. We think it smells like summer. Try it in your favorite fizz, sour or bright tropical drink. It works extremely well with pisco and scotch as well.

  • Bittermens Orchard Street Celery Shrub

    Thinking about the Lower East Side, one of the classic flavors during the tenement era was Dr. Brown’s Cel-Ray Soda, a celery soda so popular during the ’30s, it was nicknamed the Jewish Champagne. Though the only flavor that is declared is celery seed, we always got a sense that there was a bit of ginger and apple in there somewhere. Wrapping all of this history together, we decided to take all of these ideas and run with them. We took an idea of a brine, a shrub and a classic soda and decided to dedicate it to Orchard Street, home of the Lower East Side Tenement Museum. Funny that something that we made to honor the Eastern European immigrant experience works so damned well with Scandinavian Aquavit!

  • Robert Lambert White Ginger Syrup

    This white ginger is young ginger before it starts to sprout. Robert Lambert cooks it over several days and enhance its deep flavor with fragrant spices. Use in your favorite cocktails.

  • Robert Lambert Kaffir Lime Syrup

    This is made from the rare, beautiful fruit of the citrus whose leaves are used in Thai food. They are intensely flavored and take a good deal of cooking to tame them, but the result is superb–-a sharp, perfumed lime flavor. Use in your favorite cocktails.

  • Piment D'Espelette

    Produced in the French town of Espelette, this exquisite pepper is a common ingredient in Basque food. It is a wonderful complement to spirits, especially tequila. It has a somewhat smoky tonality which adds a complexity to certain cocktails.

  • Bittermens Burlesque Bitters

    A spicy little tart that is sure to tantalize your taste buds. This menage of hibiscus, açai berry and long pepper is sweet, spicy and a bit of a tart. She loves performing for an international crowd, flirting with Italian amari, Mexican tequila, British gin and Caribbean rum. A perfect companion for drinks served where jazz is played and garters are de rigueur.The Burlesque Bitters are a completely new concept for us. For the first time, we’re playing with both florals and berries – which creates a fragrant aroma and a tart sourness that plays well with a variety of spirits. Try it in a Genever Old Fashioned, a Pisco Sour or a Negroni.