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.
Created in 1830 by Antoine Peychaud, a Creole Apothecary who fled from Haiti with his wonderful recipe, these bitters are the staple of any reputable bar home or otherwise. A Gentian based bitters it is light in body, has a hint of sweetness and lovely floral overtones.
This bottle of Aztec Chocolate aromatic bitters contains the perfect blend of sweet cocoa and genius, enhanced with a hint of heat and spice! The folks at Fee Brothers made the cocktail world anxiously await this hot Summer 2009 release but upon the first taste, any drink connoisseur will tell you that this liquid gift from the gods is worth the wait. Features: A blend of sweet chocolate, with a hint of heat and spice. Perfect for dark spirits (especially rums and tequilas). A must-have for the creative bartender.
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.