Historically, the credit for the development of liqueurs goes to the monks of the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance, who created various tonics and beverages to promote health by experimenting with combinations of roots and herbs mixed with a spirit base. Many of those products, including Chartreuse & Benedictine, have survived to this day. Read More »
Adam Elmegirab has done it again, reviving another style of long-lost cocktail bitters from the early days of the scene. These Spanish Bitters are said to have flavours of coriander, violet, raspberry, honey, citrus, pomegranate, toasted orange and predominant chamomile.
A bitters from Adam Elmegirab focused around ingredients with a reputation as aphrodisiacs - chocolate and cocoa nibs, ginger, chilli, coffee and ginseng. A complex bitters that can add a zing to light cocktails and an extra depth to aged spirits.
A German liqueur formerly known as Black Sun, Puschkin Black Berries is made with vodka flavoured with, well, blackberries and the 'eleutherococcus root of the Siberian steppes' (that's Siberian Ginseng to you and I). Recommended over ice or with Cola.
Bols's latest innovation - alcoholic foams delivered from the bottle. This 20cl bottle will produce about 2 litres of Amaretto flavoured foam to top your drinks, cocktails, coffee or whatever else takes your fancy.
An interesting innovation from Bols - a bottle and pump that combine to produce a tasty alcoholic foam. This 20cl bottle will produce 2 litres of Cassis flavoured foam, ready for dropping on top of desserts or drinks.
A bottle of Bols White Cacao which can be used to produce 2 litres of alcoholic foam when combined with the supplied pump. The foam should hold for about 15 minutes and works great on top of drinks and desserts.
Bols Blue taken to a different level - transmuted into foam. This 20cl bottle will produce 2 litres of Blue foam, ready to be used as a cocktail or dessert topper, or maybe just squirted straight into the mouth...
Bittercube are artisanal bitters producers from Wisconsin. These Bolivar bitters are inspired by a 19th century recipe and are produced from three types of spirit resulting in notes of camomile, jasmine and cinnamon.