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Fee Brothers Walnut Bitters

Fee Brothers Walnut Bitters

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Fee Brothers Orange Bitters

Fee Brothers Orange Bitters

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Fee Brothers Peach Bitters

Fee Brothers Peach Bitters

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Fee Brothers Foam 150ml - Bitter - Liquor Wine Cave

Fee Brothers Foam 150ml

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Fee Brothers Rhubarb Bitters

Fee Brothers Rhubarb Bitters

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Fee Bro Whiskey Aged Bitters - Bitters - Liquor Wine Cave

Fee Bro Whiskey Aged Bitters

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Convict Aromatic Bitters 46% 250ml | bitters | Shop online at Spirits of France
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Convict Aromatic Bitters 46% 250ml

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Three Foxes Triple Bitter 27% 700ml | | Shop online at Spirits of France

Three Foxes Triple Bitter 27% 700ml

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Amargo-Vallet Bitter liqueur Angostura 45% 750ml | Liqueurs | Shop online at Spirits of France

Amargo-Vallet Bitter liqueur Angostura 45% 750ml

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Massenez 'Garden Party' Basilic (Basil) Spray 69% 100ml | Liqueurs | Shop online at Spirits of France

Massenez 'Garden Party' Basilic (Basil) Spray 69% 100ml

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Massenez 'Garden Party' Carotte (Carrot) Spray 69% 100ml | Liqueurs | Shop online at Spirits of France

Massenez 'Garden Party' Carotte (Carrot) Spray 69% 100ml

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Massenez 'Garden Party' Concombre (Cucumber )Spray 69% 100ml | Liqueurs | Shop online at Spirits of France

Massenez 'Garden Party' Concombre (Cucumber )Spray 69% 100ml

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Massenez 'Garden Party' Radis Noir (Horseradish) Spray 69% 100ml - Liqueurs - Liquor Wine Cave

Massenez 'Garden Party' Radis Noir (Horseradish) Spray 69% 100ml

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Massenez 'Garden Party' Betterave Rouge (Beetroot) Spray 69% 100ml | Liqueurs | Shop online at Spirits of France

Massenez 'Garden Party' Betterave Rouge (Beetroot) Spray 69% 100ml

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Massenez 'Garden Party' Poivron Rouge (Red Capsicum) Spray 69% 100ml | Liqueurs | Shop online at Spirits of France

Massenez 'Garden Party' Poivron Rouge (Red Capsicum) Spray 69% 100ml

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Massenez 'Garden Party' Romarin (Rosemary) Spray 69% 100ml | Liqueurs | Shop online at Spirits of France

Massenez 'Garden Party' Romarin (Rosemary) Spray 69% 100ml

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Bitters

Bitters are a type of alcoholic beverage used as a flavouring agent in cocktails and other mixed drinks. They are made by infusing a neutral spirit, such as vodka or neutral grain spirit, with a blend of botanical ingredients, such as roots, bark, fruits, and spices. The result is a bitter, aromatic liquid added in small quantities to cocktails to enhance their flavour and aroma.

The history of bitters dates back to the early 19th century when they were first used as medicinal tonics to treat digestive problems and other ailments. Over time, the use of bitters evolved from a therapeutic purpose to a culinary one, and they became famous as a key ingredients in cocktails and mixed drinks.

Bitters come in various flavours, ranging from classic and well-known options, such as Angostura bitters, to more exotic and seasonal offerings. Some of the most popular flavours include orange, chocolate, cherry, and peach, as well as more complex and botanical options, such as absinthe and cardamom.

When it comes to using bitters in cocktails, it is essential to consider both the flavour profile of the bitters and the flavours of the other ingredients in the drink. Bitters can complement existing flavours or add depth and complexity to a glass that might otherwise be too sweet or too simple. In general, bitters are used in small quantities; usually just a few dashes, to add a touch of bitterness and aroma to a drink.

In terms of storing bitters, keep them in a cool and dark place, away from light and heat, to ensure that they retain their flavour and aroma over time. Most bitters have a relatively long shelf life and can be stored for several years without losing their potency or flavour.

In conclusion, bitters are an essential ingredient in the world of mixology, and they offer a wealth of flavour and aroma to enhance cocktails and other mixed drinks. Whether you are a seasoned bartender or just starting to explore the world of spirits, bitters are a must-have for anyone who appreciates quality, creativity, and a rich history. With a wide range of flavours and styles to choose from, there are bitters for every palate and every occasion.

Bitters have a rich and intriguing history that dates back centuries. Originating in ancient Egypt, these potent elixirs were initially created for their medicinal properties. The use of bitter herbs and botanicals was believed to aid digestion and promote overall well-being.



Over time, the popularity of bitters spread across continents, with different cultures adding their own unique flavours and ingredients. In Europe, bitters became a staple in apothecaries and were often used as a remedy for various ailments. The British, in particular, developed a fondness for bitters, incorporating them into their traditional cocktails.



During the 19th century, bitters experienced a surge in popularity, especially in the United States. Bartenders and mixologists began experimenting with different combinations of herbs, spices, and fruits to create complex and flavourful concoctions. Bitters became an essential ingredient in classic cocktails like the Old Fashioned and the Manhattan.



Today, bitters continue to be a beloved addition to cocktails, adding depth, complexity, and a touch of nostalgia. With a wide range of flavours available, from citrusy and floral to spicy and herbal, bitters have become a versatile tool for bartenders and home enthusiasts alike, elevating the art of mixology to new heights.

Bitters are a key ingredient in many classic cocktails and can also be enjoyed on their own. To fully appreciate the value of bitters, it is important to understand how to drink them. Bitters are typically used in small quantities, adding just a few drops to a cocktail to enhance its flavor profile. When drinking bitters on their own, it is best to use a small amount, as they are highly concentrated and can be quite intense.



To drink bitters, start by selecting a high-quality variety that suits your taste preferences. Pour a small amount into a glass and take a moment to appreciate the complex aromas. Take a small sip and allow the flavors to unfold on your palate. Some people enjoy bitters with a few drops of water to mellow out the intensity, while others prefer to savor them neat. However you choose to drink bitters, take your time and savor the unique and complex flavors they have to offer.