Bitters are alcoholic beverages flavoured with herbal essences and have a bitter or bittersweet flavour. Originating and marketing as patent medicines (Angostura Bitters the first as a cure for sea sickness), they are now considered to be digestifs rather than remedies. Commonly found with an alcoholic strength of 45% ABV and are used as digestifs and as flavouring in cocktails.
Angostura Bitters was created in 1824 as a medicine, but as people kept taking it, they became intoxicated with its unique flavour and aroma. Now you will be able to find it behind almost every bar in the world, as it is an essential for many cocktails. Learn More
Angostura Orange bitters is only the second release in the Angostura bitters range. It is created from sun-ripened Caribbean Oranges that are blended with a variety of other secret herbs and spices, none of which you will find in Angostura aromatic bitters. Learn More
Dale De Groff Pimento Bitters is created from a handcrafted bunch of Pimento berries which is a complex and layered spice with a hint of anise and other herbs. The taste is a bitter barky palate with a hot black pepper, cinnamon and clove spice also with more subtle nutmeg and ginger.
A unique bitter that is crafted being aged in ex- Old Tom gin barrels. The result is a gin drenched bitter that is bursting with flavours of juniper, coriander seeds, cardamom, angelica root, lemon peel, orange peel and of course more orange. Learn More
Fee brothers Peach Bitters is made from fresh peaches that give the bitters a very tangy flavour and also has a very peachy aroma. Peach bitters are a very interesting addition to cocktails . Learn More