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Essential, non-alcoholic water made out of bitter orange blossoms. Traditional ingredient for drinks and food across North Africa, the Middle East and the Mediterranean. Very flowery and subtle. Natural, unobtrusive flavor of bitter orange blossoms. This is a key ingredient for a classic Ramos Fizz.
Price: $14.99

Liquid Alchemist Tamarindo Syrup is perfect for margaritas, micheladas, and marinades. This premium syrup is made from the sweet and sour fruit popular in Asian and Mexican cuisine.
Price: $11.99

This is Bitterman's original combo of cacao, cinnamon & spice. Mexican Chocolate bitters are often imitated, but never replicated.
Price: $19.99

Leave it to the folks at Bittermens to devise a way to get a little hot pepper kick into your favorite cocktail. They figured, wisely, that most hot sauces are made by blending peppers with vinegar and other spices, and that the classic cocktail foundation, the vinegar-based shrub, would be the perfect vehicle to get extra that habenero spice in a cocktail-friendly fashion. Fortified with alcohol to better emphasize the habenero flavor, a couple of drops will kick up the complexity, and heat, in your Bloody Mary, or make for a fiery Old Fashioned like th...
Price: $19.99

Handcrafted in Los Angeles with distinctive flavors and high quality ingredients. Turn any boring beverage into a delicious cocktail with these exceptional products. This one works great with vodka or rum.
Price: $12.99

Handcrafted in Los Angeles with distinctive flavors and high quality ingredients. Turn any boring beverage into a delicious cocktail with these exceptional products. This flavor pairs best wtih Agave spirits.
Price: $12.99

Handcrafted in Los Angeles with distinctive flavors and high quality ingredients. Turn and boring beverage into a delicious cocktial with these exceptional products. This one works well with agave, vodka or rum.
Price: $12.99

The tropics brought home for all your favorite islands cocktails. This blend of exotic spices works perfectly with the strongly flavored Tiki drinks, without overpowering them.
Price: $17.99

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.
Price: $7.99

Founded in 1863, Fee Brothers continues to thrive today, producing over ninety kinds of bitters, botanicals, brines, mixers and cordials to tantalize the tongue. Quality ingredients mattter when it comes to mixology, which is why serious mixologists have been choosing Fee Brothers' bitters for years. From the folks at Fee Brothers: "A few dashes add a savory zest to a huge variety of drinks and foods. This highly aromatic product is blended from the finest ingredients from around the world."
Price: $7.99

Have you stocked your bar with cask-strength whisky, craft-distilled vodka, and are you ready to move up the alphabet from bartender to mixologist? It would do you well to consider adding a collection of Scrappy's bitters which are inspired by nineteenth century recipes. The Celery Bitters were featured in Bon Appetit magazine, November 2010: "From Seattle bartender Miles Thomas: the liquid equivalent of biting into a stalk of celery. Try in a Bloody Mary." Celery seed accented with hints of citrus.
Price: $19.99

Scrappy's Bitters are inspired by nineteenth century recipes. As featured in Imbibe Magazine: "...bartender Miles Thomas has been making Scrappy's Bitters since 2008. Thomas now sells styles ranging from a classic orange to lavender, chocolate and cardamom. While his emphasis is on bitters that feature a single flavor, each style requires the use of multiple ingredients such as grains of paradise, angelica root, horehound and mace." (Sept/Oct 2010)
Price: $19.99

Liquid Alchemist Passion Fruit Syrup is an essential ingredient in tiki cocktials and the legendary Hurricane! This premium exotic fruit syrup is tangy, vibrant, and refreshing. Great in dressings and marinades.
Price: $24.99

This spicy, fresh elixir is adds an exotic flair to cocktails. Created in Los Angeles by bartender Randy Tarlow, it's made with all-natural ginger, with no artificial colors or flavors. Try adding it to tequila, Grand Marnier and lime juice for a stellar Ginger-Rita. From the producer: Liquid Alchemist Ginger Syrup is found in popular classic cocktail recipes such as the Moscow Mule and Penicillin. A premium elixir made from natural ginger and cane sugar. This versatile syrup is a perfect substitute for ginger beer and great in culinary applications.
Price: $24.99

Scrappy's Firewater will definitely bring to the heat to your drinks. It gets its pure, clean spice from habanero peppers, which are up to 140 times hotter than a jalapeno! Balanced by a delicate floral aroma and a hint of sweetness, use this racy elixir with a steady hand to add peppery complexity to your cocktails. Scrappy's recommends adding a dash to a Bollinger, which is 2 oz of gin and 1/2 oz of yellow chartreuse, muddled with cucumber and lemon wedge.
Price: $19.99

Stocked your bar with craft-distilled vodka, and ready to move up the alphabet from bartender to mixologist? It may benefit you to consider adding a few Scrappy's bitters, which are inspired by nineteenth century recipes. As featured in Imbibe Magazine: "...bartender Miles Thomas has been making Scrappy's Bitters since 2008. Thomas now sells styles ranging from a classic orange to lavender, chocolate and cardamom. While his emphasis is on bitters that feature a single flavor, each style requires the use of multiple ingredients such as grains of paradise,...
Price: $19.99

(Classified as a spirit. Do not ship to no spirits locations.) Launched in 2006 by two German bartenders, The Bitter Truth brings some classic yesteryear savor to today's cocktails. A spicy add to your next Manhatten, the Creole is "Bitter, sweet and spicy," the producers say. "According to the traditional Creole style, fruity and floral aromas unite with the flavors of anise, caraway and fennel." Producer notes: "Creole equals flavorful, and these bitters are as unique as the culture it encapsulates. With fruit scents of dried apricots, cherries and cr...
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Liquid Alchemist Tamarindo Syrup is perfect for margaritas, micheladas, and marinades. This premium syrup is made from the sweet and sour fruit popular in Asian and Mexican cuisine.
Price: $24.99

Liquid Alchemist non-alcoholic cocktail elixirs are made in small batches from natural ingredients, with no artificial flavors or colors. Founded in Los Angeles, Calif. in 2009 by career bartender Randy Tarlow. Orgeat is an essential ingredient in Mai Tais! From the producer: Liquid Alchemist Orgeat Syrup is a rich, premium almond syrup used in many tiki and classic cocktails. Made from almonds, sugar, and orange flower water. Try it on your favorite desserts and in coffee. Makes the best Mai Tai!
Price: $24.99

Price: $7.99

Scrappy's Oreleans Bitters is a New Orleans style bitters. WIth a fresh bouquet and strong anise taste complimented by notes of citrus, cinnamon, and a bitter floral finish. This bitters is perfect for Sazeracs, Vieux Carres, and just about any other cocktail calling for bitters that you want to mix up!
Price: $19.99

A must for the superior rum punch or hot toddy, Scrappy's Cardamom Bitters are made the old-fashioned way. Try it with "The Elegant Spice: 1½ oz white rum, ½ oz fresh grapefruit, ½ oz cointreau, ½ oz dry Vermouth, 1 to 2 dashes of Scrappy’s cardamom bitters serve on the rocks." (Recipe from Scrappy's)
Price: $19.99

Who knows when you'll be asked to conjure up a vodka-based "Perfect," or a rye whisky-fueled "Black Manhattan." Scrappy's retro-style bitters, made from all-organic toasted cacao nibs, with a hint of spice and oak, imparts an essence of chocolate with that little extra. A wise addition to any well-stocked bar.
Price: $19.99

Scrappy's Bitters are inspired by nineteenth century recipes. As featured in Imbibe Magazine: "...bartender Miles Thomas has been making Scrappy's Bitters since 2008. Thomas now sells styles ranging from a classic orange to lavender, chocolate and cardamom. While his emphasis is on bitters that feature a single flavor, each style requires the use of multiple ingredients such as grains of paradise, angelica root, horehound and mace." (Sept/Oct 2010) Try this, courtesy of Scrappy's Bitters: Frog Leg - 2 oz Rye, ½ oz Cynar, ¼ oz Amaro Nonino, ½ oz dry vermo...
Price: $19.99

Scrappy's Bitters are inspired by nineteenth century recipes. As featured in Imbibe Magazine: "...bartender Miles Thomas has been making Scrappy's Bitters since 2008. Thomas now sells styles ranging from a classic orange to lavender, chocolate and cardamom. While his emphasis is on bitters that feature a single flavor, each style requires the use of multiple ingredients such as grains of paradise, angelica root, horehound and mace." (Sept/Oct 2010) "A "black lemon" is an earthy, smoky, spice commonly used in middle esatern cooking, and contrary to what ...
Price: $19.99

Wine & Spirits: "Whether you’re just adding whiskey to make a smoked maple Old Fashioned or mixing gin, lemon and soda to the Ginger Honey to make a complex Collins, the syrups create delicious, complex drinks. (JM)" (12/2015) K&L Notes: When both time and quality are at a premium, a splash of Bittermilk #1 bourbon-based cocktail on the rocks will do nicely. The fine points: "We've recreated this gentleman's cocktail by using classic bittering agents like gentian root and cinchona bark along with burnt sugar, spices and a bit of orange peel. Aged in Wi...
Price: $14.99

Since 1846, Europeans have known Underberg as a remarkably satisfying way to conclude a meal. But to define Underberg, you have to experience it. Underberg is a natural herb bitters taken for digestion. It is not a beverage and should be sipped or taken all at once because of its strong herbal taste. It can also be used as a flavoring. Sample Underberg after a good meal to feel bright and alert. Underberg is made from a selection of the finest aromatic herbs from 43 countries. The ingredients include alcohol and natural flavors from herbs and roots of th...
Price: $4.99

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