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In 1841 Auguste-Denis Lagoute infused local blackberries from Dijon to create the first crème de cassis liqueur. Today, the company he started, Lejay Lagoute remains one of...
Launched at Tales of the Cocktail 2015, Jameson Wild Sloe Berry Bitters are based on a sloe berry distillate which has been slowly matured with Jameson Irish Whiskey and a bitters...
Bob uses dried Italian grapefruit peel to give his bitters a clean zesty grapefruit bitter grapefruit flavour.
Named in homage to Jerry Thomas who it is believed wrongly specified Bogart’s Bitters, rather than Boker’s Bitters, in his 1862 The Bar-Tender’s Guide, these Bitter Truth...
The Bitter Truth say their Chocolate Bitters “play exceptionally well with sweet vermouths and all kinds of aged spirits like whisk(e)y, rum, tequila and brandy.”
When I joined the drinks industry in the early 1990s, long boozy lunches were not only commonplace but how business was done. Sadly, (or considering the
All the botanical influences and low cost of entry distillation opportunities which gin offers, but without gin’s restrictive requirement to include
Crème de Noyau (also spelt noyaux) are liqueurs made by infusing apricot, peach or cherry kernels (or a combination of these fruit stones) in neutral
A historic brand of bitters originally created by Johann Gottlieb Böker in 1828 and produced until the 1920s. However, the historic notoriety of these
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