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Fee Brothers Old Fashioned Aromatic Bitters Fee Brothers Whiskey Barrel-Aged Aromatic Bitters Fee Brothers West Indian Orange Bitters
Fee Brothers Rhubarb Bitters Fee Brothers Mint Bitters Fee Brothers Chocolate Bitters
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Fee Brothers Bitters

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.
A cherry bitters, like this one from Fee Brothers, is fun to experiment with in cocktails. It adds an essence of cherry to classic cocktails and can also be used in baked goods and frostings. Spice up your cocktails with cherry bitters.
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.
Grapefruit bitters offers a spicy flavor that is combined with a citrus grapefruit taste. This is a must-have for creative bartenders, especially during summer months.
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.
Lemon bitters add a snappy, citrus taste to cocktails. Explore your options using a dash of this bitters in classic drinks, as well as desserts, such as cakes and pies. Lemon bitters is a Fee Brothers original.
Fee Brothers was established in 1863, itís located in Rochester, New York and is a fourth generation old manufacturer of top quality products.
This bitters adds a subtle kick of peppermint in cocktails and is perfect to use when fresh mint just isn't available. A great addition to minty cocktails like the Mint Collins, Mint Julep and the Mojito.
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.
This has become a very popular bitters once again since the recent revival of classic cocktails. They are made from the skins of oranges that are grown in the West Indies and are the oldest brand of orange bitters in the U.S. Orange bitters are an essential ingredient in many cocktail recipes, including the Martini Cocktail.
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.
Peach bitters have also regained new interest with cocktail drinkers. This unusual flavor introduces a new element to cocktails that most people might not think of. Fee Brothers peach bitters are used in drinks such as and Xeres and Greenbriar.
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.
Rhubarb is truly a unique flavor and one of the newest bitters created by Fee Brothers. It has yet to be highly experimented with but is garnering much curiosity. Rhubarb bitters is perfect for offsetting overly sweet fruit flavors.
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.
Mint Julep
2 dashes mint bitters
2 oz bourbon
1 mint sprig, for garnish
Add all ingredients to cocktail shaker over ice. Shake well with ice and strain over ice into a Mint Julep Cup. Garnish with mint sprigs.
Greenbriar
1 oz. dry vermouth
2 oz. sherry
1 mint sprig, for garnish
Add all ingredients to cocktail shaker with ice. Shake into an ice filled martini glass. Garnish with a mint sprig.
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