Tinctures, Bitters, Shrubs & Citrates for the Mixologist in all of us!
The home of Dr. Adam Elmegirab’s Boker’s Bitters, Dandelion & Burdock Bitters, Limited Edition Spanish Bitters, Aphrodite Bitters and Limited Edition Christmas Bitters. Dr. Adam Elmegirab’s is a range of unique, quality, hand-crafted bitters and tinctures for the growing demands of the bar industry, embracing the historical past and the innovative future.
Bittermilk compounds are designed for the modern day cocktail enthusiast, to help mix up unique, quality cocktails following a simple ratio of Bittermilk to your choice of spirit. Each of our products use a bittering agent, a sweetener, and an acid to achieve a balanced cocktail. The labor is in the bottle.
Drinking vinegar for health reasons is an age old practice in many cultures around the world including here in the USA, dating back to colonial times when “shrubs” were a common tonic. Som is handcrafted in Portland using natural flavoring, organic cane sugar and quality natural vinegars.
Small batch bitters are making their mark on the cocktail scene. In cities like New York, Boston and San Francisco, cocktail enthusiasts and bartenders are rediscovering long lost recipes and coming up with new signature flavors which help create the palate of the New American Cocktail.
Scrappy’s was founded on the simple idea that bitters could be made better. By selecting the finest ingredients possible and holding every batch to the same impeccable standards, we deliver a bolder, truer flavor, making the best bitters for the best bartenders.
We love spicy. We love savory. And we love those flavors in our drinks. Addition was founded with the express goal of bringing spicy and savory flavors to beverages everywhere – out of your spice rack and into your drinks!
Fee Brothers’ product portfolio is the result of more than a century of perfecting beverage ingredients. Today, our lineup overflows with more than 90 varieties — from our classic bitters, mixes and cordials, to our newest coffee flavors and botanical waters.
A hundred years ago a cocktail, was not a cocktail if it didn’t contain bitters. Mixologists who look back to that golden age for inspiration now have cocktail historian Gary Regan’s elixir “Regans’ Orange Bitters No. 6”. Much like adding a little vinegar to tone down the sweetness and round out the flavor of certain dishes, a dash or two of bitters to cocktails provides complexity and balance.
Peychaud’s Bitters is a was originally created around 1830 by Antoine Amédée Peychaud, a Creole apothecary from the French colony of Saint-Domingue (now Haiti) who settled in New Orleans. It is a gentian-based bitters, comparable to Angostura bitters, but with a lighter body, sweeter taste, and more floral aroma.