A cordial liqueur from the folks at Bittermens, the Commonwealth is a concentrated form of tonic water, ready for lengthening with soda water. For a more interesting twist on the idea of a G&T leave out the soda water to make a Gin & Tonic Turbo, as popularised by the folks at Purl...
A grapefruit bitters with a twist - playing on the grapefruity nature of many hop varieties, this has high alpha-acid (the bitter bit) hop and grapefruit peel as part of the mix to give a big vegetal bitterness.
An interesting mix of hibiscus, açai berry and long pepper, Bittermen's Burlesque bitters is excellent with white spirit based drinks - genever, pisco, gin. They suggest that it spices up a negroni rather well...
An interesting take on the idea of orangey drinks additives, shunning their usual bitter take on things to make a creamy orange tincture fortified with citric acid to make a sweet and sour cocktail flavouring with lots of fresh orange flavour.
A classically inspired vinegar based shrub, fortified with alcohol, infused with habenero chillis and spices, and then concentrated so that it can be used like bitters - one drop at a time. The perfect way to spice up a cocktail without ruining its balance.
A pickle inspired shrub with its feet firmly planted in the Lower East Side of New York City. A mixture of vinegar, alcohol, celery, ginger, apple and more, concentrated ready for adding to cocktails by the drop.
A limited edition liqueur from the bitters specialists at Bittermens, turning an accidental cinnamon overdose in a test batch of their Amère Nouvelle into a winter warmer. An orange and gentian liqueur, heavily spiced with cinnamon and great for wintery drinks.