Fee Brothers Black Walnut Bitters (5oz)

SKU #1188303

A family business since 1864, Fee Brothers is now owned and operated by Ellen and Joe Fee, the fourth generation. Furthering their family's legacy, Ellen and Joe are now up to nearly 100 different products. Black Walnut Bitters bring a robust nut flavor to your libation. Add few dashes in a White Russian, Mudslide, even hot creamy coffee...it makes a wonderful difference.

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Price: $7.99

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