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Aromatic Bitters

Angostura Bitters is very concentrated and used to flavor food and beverages. Made of herbs and spices by the House of Angostura since 1824, this is the first bitters created, as far as we know. Angostura Bitters is a popular ingredient in many cocktails, adding complexity and depth like only bitters can.
The bottles are known for their uniquely oversized labels. The secret recipe was developed by J.G.B. Siegert and is known only by 5 people at a time.
This popular cocktail bitters is one of the only pre-prohibition bitters that is still being produced (the other is Angostura). Peychaud’s Aromatic Bitters are used in classic cocktails including the Sazerac and the Old Fashioned cocktail.
The Buffalo Trace Distillery, located in Kentucky, manufacturees Peychaud’s Bitters. Pharmacist Antoine Peychaud originally created Peychaud’s Bitters in 1830.
Old Fashioned Aromatic Bitters is a classic cocktail flavoring that should be a stocked item at every bar. Fee Brothers Aromatic Bitters has a distinctive taste and is used in many classic cocktail recipes such as the Sazerac, Planterís Punch and Chicago cocktails.
Fee Brothers was established in 1863. Located in Rochester, New York, it's a fourth generation manufacturer of top quality bitters and mixers that are hard to find anywhere else.
Fee Brothers Aromatic Bitters is aged using oak whiskey barrels from Tennessee to create this unique form of bitters. Aging bitters in whiskey barrels gives it a distinctive taste, which youíll notice in your cocktails as well. Aged bitters are a limited edition item that is only bottled once a year in the spring so grab some bottles while they last!
Fee Brothers was established in 1863. Located in Rochester, New York, it's a fourth generation manufacturer of top quality bitters and mixers that are hard to find anywhere else.
Old Fashioned Cocktail Recipe
1 oz rye, bourbon or scotch whiskey
1 or 2 dashes of bitters
1 sugar cube
1 dash seltzer
1 cherry, for garnish
Pour all ingredients into glass. Muddle sugar until dissolved. Serve over ice. Garnish with a twist of lemon peel, orange slice or maraschino cherry. Serve in a No. 5 glass with highball spoon.
Tequila Old Fashioned
3 oz aŮejo tequila
Ĺ bar-spoon agave syrup
2-3 dashes lemon bitters
(can use orange/ grapefruit)
1 strip of lime, for garnish
First, stir syrup and bitters together in an old-fashioned glass. Then add ice, tequilla and stir again. Garnish with a strip of lime.
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