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.
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.
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.