Made with the same original secret recipe since 1824, the world famous Angostura aromatic bitters remains the quintessential and definitive ingredient for classic and contemporary cocktails.
Angostura Orange bitters is designed to complement a lot of variety of cocktails. It's made by a mixture of herbs, spices, citrus essence oil and bark of two varieties of orange, to develop a bitter with a harmonious balance beetween orange and sweet orange to provide an intense flavor.
The Bitter Truth Rose Water, an essential, non-alcoholic water made out of rose petals. A traditional ingredient for drinks and food in the Arab world, India and Asia. Adds a nifty flowery note to cocktails and long drinks. Tasting Notes: Very flowery and intense. Natural, distinctive flavor of rose petals.
The Buda Water diffuser created by Williams & Humbert, is ideal to combine with the gins of the same brand: Botanic Premium and Botanic Ultrapremium. This "spray" is obtained by maceration of the skin of this particular citrus, which is derived essential oils to get the final product.
The Bitter Truth Peach, a combination of fresh peach aroma and subtle spicy flavors. Adds an exquisite fruitiness to cocktails and long drinks. Goes well with clear and aged spirits. Taste: Fruity with a faint almond bitterness from the pits. The natural aroma of fresh peaches dominates. Completed by fresh citrus and unobtrusive spice flavors.
Creole Bitters, reflect the Creole way of life with all its beautiful complexity and spiciness. The beautiful metallic red label houses a fiery anise tinged cherry red colored liquid. Try it in your favorite Manhattan.
Bitter Truth Orange Bitters are a combination of bitter orange peel and several herbs and spices that are macerated in alcohol. The fruity sweetness at the beginning is quickly followed by a very bitter taste. The aroma of bitter orange peel is in the foreground, completed by spicy flavors of cardamom, carraway and nutmeg.
The Bitter Truth Grapefruit reminds one of summers outdoors. These bitters are best friends to gin, white rum, silver tequila and most clear spirits. Tasting Notes: Bright, complex citrus. A dominant grapefruit aroma and flavor mellows into the vegetal green flavors of hops. A great bitter for citrus-heavy drinks that may otherwise feel dull or overly sweet.
The Bitter Truth Old Time are excellently suited for Whisky and Rum drinks and also add structure and complexity to fruity cocktails. Tasting Notes: Bitter and tangy to the taste. Reminiscent of cinnamon, cardamom, anise and cloves, the aroma reminds one of gingerbread.
The Bitter truth Celery Bitter are the first celery bitters to be offered commercially in decades. This cocktail ingredient, which had already existed in the 19th century, enriches cocktails with unusual flavors. It’s ideal for traditional corpse-reviver cocktails such as the Bloody Mary, Bullshot and Prairie Oyster, as well as Martini Cocktails and the...
The Bitter Truth Thomas Henry Tonic is the perfect bitter for your gin and tonic. Made with ingredients like Sicilian lemon, orange, grapefruit, juniper and coriander, is a bitter designed for lovers of gin and tonic.
The Bitter Truth Chocolate blur the lines between old world bitters and new world flavors. They play exceptionally well with tequila, aged rum, sweet vermouth and most brown spirits. Add a dash to a Manhattan to start exploring its complex flavor or use in a Tequila Old Fashioned to bring forward the spirit’s vegetal flavors.
Jerry Thomas’ Own Decanter Bitters is based on a recipe by Professor Jerry Thomas (1830-1885), who is considered to be the most important bartender of the 19th century. Of course the original recipe wasn’t copied exactly, but the formula was improved to comply with today’s demands.
Bitter Truth Lemon Aromatic. These are the first lemon bitter on the market. They add the liveliness and freshness of lemons to every cocktail. They are primarily suited for drinks that are based on clear spirits like Vodka, Gin and Silver Tequila, but also go well with many other spirits and liqueurs.
Fee Brothers Chocolate Aztec Bitter. Ancient Aztecs would celebrate with a bitter beverage made of cacao beans, peppers and spices. Use a few dashes of Fee’s Aztec Chocolate Bitters to expand the flavor of cocktails.
Fee Brothers Black Walnut Bitter. A new bitter of the brand to expand his range of flavors. A sophisticated bitter touch of black walnuts with notes of nuts and a lot of spices.
Fee Brothers Cardamom Bitter. An indispensable bitter of this fantastic producer of cocktails bitters. The touch of cardamom was an essential ingredient in the cocktails served in pre-prohibition vintage.
Fee Brothers Celery Bitter. Use a few dashes of Fee’s Celery Bitters to add an interesting background flavor to your cocktails. The flavour of celery is given a concentrated kick that'll give a disarming depth to any briney cocktail.
Fee Brothers Cherry Bitter. A member of the fruit bitters family. Use a few dashes to enhance cocktails with its strong fruit flavor. Add sweet cherry notes to your cocktail.
Fee Brothers Cranberry Bitter. Use a few dashes of Fee’s Cranberry Bitters to add an interesting background flavor to your cocktails.
Fee Brothers Gin Barrel Aged Bitter. Oak barrels which aged Old Tom Gin, take on a second life at Fee Brothers. They now age Orange Bitters, mingling it with gin-soaked oak. Crafting Orange Bitters has just been elevated to new heights.
Fee Brothers Grapefruit Bitter. Use a few dashes of Fee’s Grapefruit Bitters to add an interesting background flavor with grapefruite notes to your cocktails.
Fee Brothers Lemon Bitter. Use a few dashes of Fee’s Lemon Bitters to add an interesting background flavor with citric lemon notes to your cocktails.
Fee Brothers Mint Bitter. Use a few dashes of Fee’s Mint Bitters to add an interesting background flavor with mint fresh notes to your cocktails. Use Fee Brothers Mint Bitters to add the fresh taste of peppermint to your cocktails when you don’t have mint leaves handy.