Bitter Truth Cocktail Bitters - 200 ml
The Bitter Truth Cocktail Bitters were specifically designed for recreating classic drinks made true to the original recipe or for experimentation with modern cocktail creations. Made the traditional way using only the best quality natural ingredients, The Bitter Truth bitters have received multiple awards and continue to innovate the bar world.
Aromatic bitters are the most classic of all bitters going back to the late 18th-century. The Old Fashioned or the Manhattan Cocktail wouldn`t have been the same without a few dashes of aromatic bitters. The Bitter Truth Aromatic Bitters have a complexity of flavor with spices such as cinnamon, cardamom, and anise permeate prominently. The aroma is full of clove and heady with gingerbread combined with the more subtle tutti-frutti notes.
The Bitter Truth Celery Bitters have a rich bouquet of white grapes, Sencha tea, lemongrass, celery leaf, and fresh ginger root. It dances artistically on the tongue as well, adding coriander seed, fresh celery, and chicory to the foray. These bitters are ideal for traditional corpse-reviver cocktails such as the Bloody Mary, Red Snapper, Bullshot, Prairie Oyster, and all-time classics like the Dry Martini Cocktail and Gin & Tonic.
The Bitter Truth Chocolate Bitters blur the lines between old world bitters and new world flavors. Deep chocolate notes are supported by classic bitter flavors and accented with a hint of spice. Cocoa butter and dark chocolate seduce the nose. Hints of vanilla, cinnamon, and bitter tones of gentian and wormwood are elicited on the palate. The Bitter Truth Chocolate Bitters play exceptionally well with sweet vermouths and all kinds of aged spirits like whiskey, rum, tequila, and brandy.
The Bitter Truth Creole Bitters reflect the Creole way of life with all its beautiful complexity and spiciness. With the first taste, cayenne and pink peppercorns emerge, supported by anise, big red cinnamon, dusky caraway, and fennel seed. Fruit scents of dried apricots, cherries, and cranberries are mingling with the strong flavors of anise, smoked paprika, and hints of smoldering pine wood. Try it in your favorite Manhattan, Old Fashioned, French 75, or for that matter, any drink that could do with perking up.
With a golden amber color, these bitters are peppery, with earthy-fruity aromas of marinated cucumber and cracked pepper on the nose. In taste expect fresh cucumber accompanied by a light bitterness, herbal notes of rosemary and thyme, hints of fleur de sel, and lingering floral flavors of summer blossoms and squash finish. The Bitter Truth Cucumber Bitters offers new ways of mixing your favored spirit by adding consistent savory flavors of green cucumber to your mixed drink. Try these bitters in your favorite Pimm’s Cup, Gin & Tonic, or in a tasty Cucumber Martini.
With an instantaneous boost of the zingy breakfast fruit on the first sniff, you`ll get both the bitter oils but also the classic sharp tang on the tongue, followed by complex vegetal tones and a dry hop finish. The Bitter Truth Grapefruit Bitters is reminding of the summers outdoors. Delicate to the nose, these bitters can stand up to aggressive drinks. Grapefruit meets with hops to create a fresh, bright citrus note and makes for a nice addition in fizzy and fruity drinks. Give a modern twist to a classic Gin & Tonic, add a few dashes to a Daiquiri or Margarita or add a new layer of complexity to cocktails that traditionally didn’t include bitters.
Based on a recipe by Professor Jerry Thomas (1830-1885), considered the most important bartender of the 19th-century, with notes of crystallized ginger and the oils of fresh tangerine and almonds seeping through. Tastes of dried fruit with a finish of orange peel and a light sprinkling of Angostura bark. This homage is as characterful as its namesake was, so join in, get experimental and doff your hat to the man who brought us the first-ever published cocktail book: Jerry Thomas, formerly the principal bartender at the Metropolitan Hotel, New York, and the Planters House, St. Louis.
The Bitter Truth Lemon Bitters has a decadent aroma of hot lemon tea with honey. Fresh, fruity, and dense with spice, this little blonde has sherbet flavors mingling with coriander seed and a light touch of toasted cardamom. The pithy lemon brings out the charm in light or sharp mixed drinks and slips deliciously into gin, vodka, white rum, or Blanco tequila. The Bitter Truth Lemon Bitters are primarily suited for drinks that are based on clear spirits but will comfortably blend with many other spirits and liqueurs. Try with anything from a Cobbler to a Kamikaze.
The Bitter Truth Olive Bitters will add Mediterranean aromas to your drinks with its delicate green olive flavors, soft hints of salt, notes of brine, mustard, sage, and thyme. They are a perfect match for all white spirits like vodka, gin, and blanco tequila. Challenged by their creativity, bartenders have found excellent uses in many aperitif-style drinks, particularly in combination with sherry, vermouths, and other fortified wines.
The Bitter Truth Orange Bitters are a combination of sweet and bitter orange peel, several herbs and spices macerated in alcohol. A traditional marmalade scent sets off act one of The Bitter Truth Orange Bitters on the nose. This is followed by delicate notes of spices like sweet cinnamon and nutmeg. At first taste, cardamom and caraway make an entrance and then bow out with true orange peel oil. The Bitter Truth Orange Bitters supports the character of the traditional Dry Martini Cocktail and pairs well with any other type of spirit or liqueur.
The Bitter Truth Peach Bitters are a contemporary interpretation of this classic style of bitters and are made from natural ingredients. The Bitter Truth Peach Bitters are fresh and fruity with intense, candied peach notes, backed by a seducing hint of almonds. They work especially well with aged spirits such as cognac and bourbon whiskey. A Mint Julep will be lifted to new heights. The combination of fresh peach and subtle spice notes add an exquisite fruitiness and complexity to cocktails and long drinks. 39% Alcohol by Volume.