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 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 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 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...
Bittermen's Amére Sauvage is a liqueur made using only French yellow gentian root - an American take on a classic Italian Amaro. Use 1 part of this with 1 part gin and 1 part vermouth for a white negroni.
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.
Bittermens Amère Nouvelle is an American interpretation of a classic Alsatian liqueur. Made with bitter orange, gentian and other spices, this will works in classic cocktails such as the Brooklyn and Liberal.
Bittermens Baska Snaps is a Swedish-style bitter spirit produced just outside Pontarlier, the French spiritual home of absinthe. The neutral spirit is initially flavoured with caraway, rhubarb, liquorice and other botanicals to make an aquavit and then distilled wormwood is added before being sweetened with a little sugar. Best served cold.