The latest addition to the Angostura bitters range which includes Trinitario cocoa sourced from Trinidad and Tobago. Unrivaled for their bitters expertise, this release has wonderful floral notes along with cocoa and nutty flavours...
Made to its own separate recipe, Angostura Orange is a very different creature compared to the standard bitters. In fact it does not share any ingredients with the classic bitters. A perfect addition to any Martini but also great in a range of foods such as desserts, chocolate and soups. ..
Inspired by the classic pre-Prohibition brand Boker's bitters and heavily flavoured with cardamom. It goes without saying that this is well suited to many pre-prohibition cocktails and drinks but it can also be used to add some intriguing flavours to tequila, gin and vodka drinks. ..
A special bitters that combines the nuttiness of black walnuts with the spicines of cola, cocoa and black cherry. A great addition in cocktails containing aged spirits such as whiskey, rum or brandy. ..
No need to use messy egg whites, a few drops of this handy foaming spray is all you need to add the finishing touch to your cocktail creations. Just add a little, then shake to create the foam. Does not contain egg whites, flavourless and colourless. ..
Almost like a dry and concentrated version of crème de menthe. This retro bitters is green in colour and really packs in a full-on punch of cooling mint flavour. Fee Bros Mint can be used in many pre-prohibition drinks and also in place of fresh mint in Mojitos or Mint Juleps. It also adds something..
The original aromatic bitters that was initially created in 1824 when it was created in the Venezuelan town of Angostura by Dr Johann Siegert. It can be said that a cocktail cabinet without Angostura Bitters is like a kitchen without salt and pepper. Angostura is the classic bitters for use in a Man..
An orange bitters that has been aged in a barrel previously used for Old Tom Gin. This is a great addition to use in a classic 50/50 Martini but will also add new depths of flavour to whiskey based cocktails. ..
A famous bitter aperitif that is made using a unique blend of 68 herbs, spices and fruits. Created in the late 19th century in Milan by Gaspare Campari this Italian classic is great for making Negronis and Americano Cocktails...
A tart and berry fruit flavoured bitters with the bittersweet character of cranberry. Great for festive cocktails or any fruit forward preparations that may require an extra touch of berry tartness. ..
Drawing inspiration from Polynesia and the Caribbean, this is a potent mix of cinnamon, allspice, cardamom, ginger, and citrus peel. Spicy, warming and exotic tasting, this can be used in a host of rum and whiskey based cocktails. Try it in a Mai Tai where the spice flavours work really well.&n..
A celery shrub that takes its inspiration from a classic New York soda from the 1930s that was flavoured with celery seed. For this version celery, ginger and apple botanicals are used for the perfect balance of flavours. Use this to add some fresh and savoury touches to cocktails. ..
A vibrant bitters that is flavoured with a variety of citrus fruits as well as some fragrant chamomile. We like to use this is drinks that evoke memories of summer sunshine. It add some wow factor to most effervescent drinks, sours and most citrus dominated cocktails. ..
Based on a recipe from Charles Baker's 1930s' book The Gentleman's Companion. This was created by the sadly departed mixologist Gary Regan and took a lot of experimentation before the recipe was finalised. No.6 Bitter is incredible in an Old Fashioned but will enhance many other cocktails, espe..
Inspired by the chocolate drinks of the ancient Aztecs. This is made with cocoa beans, chilli peppers and spices creating a warming and rich flavour character. Use this in cocktails containing aged rums, whiskeys or coffee and chocolate liqueurs. ..
A classic style aromatic bitters that has been aged in fresh whiskey barrels from Jack Daniels. As you would expect, this pair really well with oak aged spirits- particularly in whiskey based cocktails. Try this in an Old Fashioned or a Manhattan. ..
The ideal gift for any aspiring bartender or cocktail enthusiast! These top-quality, small-batch bitters are made with local and imported high-quality herbs, fruits and spices and are all made from just alcohol, water and natural flavourings. Bitters are an essential tool of any bartender and are ex..
A strongly flavoured bitters that is an alternative option to the market leader. Here the addition of angostura root, allspice and cinnamon are very noticable making it ideal for whiskey and rum based cocktails. As the name suggests it is ideal in an Old Fashioned Cocktail where a just little goes a..
Made from lemon oils, lemongrass and other natural botanicals. Use these to add some citrussy zest to cocktails without the volume or acidity of fresh juice. Pep up a whiskey sour with Fee Lemon Bitters or liven up a classic Martini cocktail with them. ..
Flavoured with natural peach and almond oils. This bitter sweet creation can be used in a variety of pre-prohibition cocktails such as the Xeres were it is combined with dry Sherry, simple syrup and orange bitters. This will also work wonders in cocktails using lighter/clear spirits as the base ingr..
Just like in the song, this contains those four herbs that go well together; parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme. Great for adding a herbaceous and savoury touch to your cocktails. Try it in a gin Martini made 50/50 with Noilly Prat vermouth. ..
A habanero chilli infused shrub that is fortified with alcohol. The combination of the sharp vinegar and the powerful alcohol give this a perfect balance for adding some chilli pepper flavour without changing the balance of your cocktails. Be careful, this is very concentrated and firey! ..
Inspired by and named for the vibrant, storied and diverse Toronto neighbourhood renowned for its historic Market district, the Bittered Sling Kensignton Aromatic Bitters are a classic blend of herbs, high resin spice, citrus zest, aromatic and root flavours. One of the most versatile of the Bittere..
From award-winning Canadian producer Bittered Sling, the Plum & Rootbeer bitters is an ayurvedic blend of barks and roots, with an inherently “hot” palate of warm spices. A touch of prune plums round out the palate, and help give the bitters its balanced richness. The plums are proudly grown and..
A bitters that is inspired by the classic Belarusian honey drink named Krupnik. These contain honey, black tea, pine, juniper and six other botanicals and are ideal for use in hot toddies as well as sweet or citrus cocktails. ..
Named after the Greek god of love and said to include some botanicals with aphrodisiac qualities. This is a warming and seductive bitters which contains cacao nibs, coffee beans, red chillies, ginger root, allspice, peppercorns and gentian root. ..
From the award-winning Canadian producer, Bittered Sling, comes the zesty and refreshing Grapefruit and Hop Bitters. Bursting with the strong citrus of grapefruit peel and floral, herbaceous fresh Lillooet hops as well as South Asian peppercorns and bitter cinchona. Best served with most white spiri..
Moondog is a bitter from the award-winning team that is bursting with spicy, smoky flavours, set to liven up all kinds of drinks made with oak-matured spirits. Its spicy kick is sure to be a delightful addition in Old Fashioneds, Manhattans, and even hot chocolate and coffees!..
Created to add some real orange flavour combined with the freshness and acidity found in soft drinks. Less like a traditional bitters, more like an orange concentrate. Sweet, syrupy, zesty, sour and tart in character. Use this to add some real orange flavour to your cocktail creations. ..
A much imitated chocolate bitters that has been inspired by the flavours of Mexico. This combines botanicals such as cacao, cinnamon, chillies and other spices to create a warm and richly flavoured bitters. This pairs really well with aged spirit cocktails that contain rum, whiskey or brandy. ..
A bitter, amaro style liqueur that takes its name from Cynara Scolymus the latin terminology for Artichoke. As you would expect this is mostly artichoke flavoured but also has 12 other botanicals in the mix. This is great as a secondary flavouring component in many cocktails, especially when gin or ..
A chamomile and citrus infused bitters that is inspired by the flavours of Spain. Many of the botanicals used are also found in gin, so unsurprisingly this works incredibly well with a variety of gin based cocktails. ..
From award-winning Canadian producer Bittered Sling, these Lem-Marrakesh bitters are smokey and sweet and inspired by the medina of Marrakech in Morocco. These are spicy, tart, aromatic bitters with a distinctly nutty and floral character as well as notes of cool mint, fennel, cinnamon, cumin, peppe..
From award-winning Canadian producer Bittered Sling, the Malagasy Chocolate Bitters are made using cacao beans, harvested from the far reaches of the Malagasy plantations and roasted at Vancouver’s East Van Roasters. These are dry, aromatic, decadent chocolate bitters. Evoking notes of dark cacao wi..
A hugely complex bitters that takes inspiration and botanicals from many classic bitters on either side of the Atlantic. From the west it is inspired by classic Venezuelan/Trinidadian and New Orleans bitters, and from Europe there are touches of Fernet, Amaro and German digestifs. In total there are..
These bitters replaced the earlier product called 'Christmas Bitters' and retain many of the flavours that you would associate with the festive season. These include cranberries, cinnamon, cloves, mace, star anise and citrus peel. ..
Recreating the flavours of old pre-prohibition bitters from New Orleans. This Creole Bitters has a combination of berry fruit flavours along with wood smoke, spice and aniseed. It is great in a Pink Gin or a French 75 cocktail...
Boker's Bitters was originally formulated in 1828 by Gottlieb Böker and was an essential cocktail ingredient at the time. Unfortunately prohibition killed off the brand and it was seemingly lost forever. However, realising that it may be an important part of cocktail history Dr Adam formulated ..
Like a concentrated IPA, these bitters are flavoured with hops from the Pacific Northwest alongs with some zesty grapefruit. We love them in a G&T or Gimlett but don't let that stop you from adding them to a Margarita, other tequila cocktails or white rum based creations. ..
With the tart fruitiness of Cranberries along with a spicy kick and some sharpness from malic acid. These Thanksgiving inspired bitters with add some vibrant flavours to many drinks. We love them combined with Cognac or Bourbon. ..
A dry, complex and herbaceous bitters with botanical sourced from hedgerows. Made in Dublin, Off The Cuffe are located on King's Inn Street. Founders Jarrod Cuffe and Barry Gargan make handcrafted bitters using Irish Newmake Whiskey Spirit. ..
Packed full of Asian inspired tart fruit flavours. This contains sour winter melon, cucumber and berry fruit notes. It is perfect for use with gin, in a G&T or even just with tonic water on its own. A fresh, tart and fruity bitters. ..
A tart and bitter concoction using marmalade oranges and other exotic ingredients along with a base spirit of unaged Teeling Distillery new make. These are useful for a huge range of cocktails including Martinis, Manhattans, Negronis and many more classics. ..
The Bitter Truth Violet Liqueur is made from the blossoms and roots of violets added to the finest neutral spirit. This violet liqueur impressively captures the delicate and elegant flavours of this fragile flower. Slightly sweet and naturally perfumed. The perfect bitter for making classics su..
A rather subtle bitters with the warmth of chocolate and the power of Teeling Distillery new make spirit. Unctuous, earthy and decadent in character, these are great in cocktails containing aged spirits such as rum, whiskey or brandy. ..
A great all-round cocktail bitters that is an essential component in a Sazerac Cocktail. Peychaud's was originally formulated in New Orleans in the 1830s and became a popular addition to many drinks of the time. The flavour is almost like a concentrated version of Campari, with bitter cherry, licori..
An olive flavoured bitters that has a complex mix of other Mediterranean ingredients such as sage, thyme and brine. This is a great addition in any cocktail containing dry Vermouth. It is ideal for a Dirty Martini. ..
Made in Germany since 2006 by two Munich bartenders. These bitters have the flavour of orange zest along with other botanicals such as clove, cinnamon, nutmeg and cardamom. Perfect for use in many popular classic cocktails, we like these in a traditional Martini. ..
A rich and fruity bitters that leans towards the flavour of plum pudding rather than fresh sour plums. Great for festive and winter cocktails where a touch of Christmas pudding and cinnamon-like flavours will add some warmth. ..
Taking some inspiration from German gingerbread and warming winter cocktails, this ginger bitters is perfect for mixing in rum and whiskey based cocktails. Apparently it also helps create a fantastic Moscow Mule. Try it anyway you like, we'd like to add some to mulled wine or even a hot whiskey.&nbs..
A spicy and tart tasting bitters that combines some zesty and floral flavours from hibiscus along with the fruitiness of acai berries and some peppery spice. Burlesque Bitters loves being paired with spirits such as gin, rum, tequila and amaro. ..
An attractive gift set of the handcrafted Off The Cuffe range of cocktail bitters. Great for any budding mixologist. Each pack contains a bottle of each of the following: Off The Cuffe Hedgerow Bitters, Off The Cuffe Marmalade Bitters, and Off The Cuffe Chocolate Factory Bitters. ..
A complex and exotic bitters with flavours of celery, lemongrass, orange peel and chicory. Made in Germany since 2006 by two bartenders from Munich. The Bitter Truth have become one of the top Bitters producers in the world. These work wonders in a Blood Mary or any cocktails with a slightly savoury..
A relative new addition to the range, this focuses on single origin botanicals from Brazil. The six key flavourings are tonka beans, cacao nibs, dried coconut, Arabica coffee, vanilla and black pepper. This works particularly well in cocktails containing aged beverages such as rum, whiskey, port or ..
A modern style of chocolate bitters that is rich with the flavours of dark chocolate, cocoa butter, vanilla, cinnamon, gentian and wormwood. These bitters play exceptionally well with red vermouth and most aged spirits such as whiskey, rum, tequila...
Made exclusively from Oranges grown in the West Indies. This creation from Fee brothers is the ideal addition to a vodka or gin Martini. Some extra botanicals, particularly gentian and spices mean that this is a bit more versatile than standard orange bitters. It can work wonders in whiskey and rum ..
A famous bitter liqueur from Croatia. This is made using a secret recipe that contains wormwood and a secret blend of herbs and spices. Can be served straight, over ice with lemon or with coke or tonic water. ..
An almost amaro-like bitters that takes inspiration from the old fashioned soft drink of Dandelion and Burdock. This rooty, earthy and spicy concoction is flavoured with botanicals that include ginger, citrus peel, anise, gentian and of course dandelion and burdock root. ..
A recreation of the original Orinoco Bitters that were made by the Blemmerg Manufacturing Company in Boston during the late 1800s. These featured heavily in George Winter’s book, ‘How to Mix Drinks: The Barkeeper’s Handbook’. Named after the famous South African river these are flavoured with b..
A bitters that that is made with both Black Tea from China as well as Yerba Mate from Brazil along with Dried Lemon Peel, Ginger Root, Allspice Berries, Star Anise, Ceylon Cinnamon, Vanilla Beans, Fennel Seed, Green Cardamom Pods, Cloves & Black Peppers. This tastes like a concentrated spic..