The Home Base Bitter, Winter Batch 1 liqueur has a Pinot Grigio brandy base and is infused with winter-harvested citrus, fruits and botanicals. It is sweetened in part with oleo saccharum and gentian root is the main bittering agent.More info
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Predominant aromas of sweet citrus fruit with hints of ginger, exotic flowers and spices are supported by a framework of cinchona bark and bitter root extracts. Adds refreshing fruit flavors and crisp bitterness to a variety of cocktails. Pairs especially well with sparkling wine and aged spirits. Works best with bubbles, rye & bourbon.More info
At St. Agrestis, we celebrate the traditions of Italian aperitivi and digestivi. With old world methods, St. Agrestis is made with real herbs, spices and citrus for real aperitivo and digestivo drinkers. An irresistible amaro made in Brooklyn from an infusion of organic herbs, roots, botanicals and citrus that is blended and aged in local whiskey barrels. The spirit is lightly sweetened with organic sugar cane.More info
This vino amaro aperitif drinks like a combination of amaro and an oloroso sherry. Cardamaro is a base Moscato wine with an infusion of herbs, mainly of cardoon and Roman thistle. Flavors of ginger, artichoke, and a touch of sweetness on the palate make this a fine way to start your evening.More info
The term Sfumato derives from the Italian word for smoke "fumo". It is traditionally associated with a style of Renaissance painting characterized by subtle transitions between areas of dark and light. This speaks directly to the profile of this Amaro which marries a dark smokiness with nuanced bitter woodsiness from alpine herbs and notes of sweet alpine berries.More info
Allspice is a critical element of tropical drinks and cuisine. The berry, called “pimento” in Jamaica, gets its modern name from its flavors of clove, cinnamon, nutmeg, and pepper. St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram is a traditional preparation made with smoky Jamaican pot-still rum. Famous with bourbon in the Lion’s Tail. Use Allspice Dram in rum punches, as the base note of numerous tropical drinks, in mulled wine or the seasoning for sangria. Great with grapefruit or pineapple juice drinks and in coffee.More info
Heirloom Pineapple Amaro is a full bodied amaro composed with tropical ingredients like Queen Victoria pineapple, native to the Caribbean and Jamaican Quassia Bark.More info
Starting with a traditional 19th century French recipe we distill Wormwood, Fennel, Green Anise, and over 100 pounds of botanicals to create a spirit that has an unfathomable depth of flavor and complexity. Colored with peppermint, hyssop and nettle to produce a beautiful rich earthy green color.More info
Infusion of selected botanicals ennobled with ÙE Monovitigno Fragolino from the Nonino Vineyard in Buttrio. Taste: Citrous freshness with floral, fruity and balsamic notes. Slightly bitter. Fresh and lively aperitif. Ideal in purity on the rocks, with ice and a twist of lime, or as a light drink, with 4 cl. of L’Aperitivo Nonino, 4 cl. of sparkling wine, ice and lemon peel. Excellent also as a cocktail ingredient.More info
In line with the traditional Italian style, the spirit centers around major flavor components: bitterness from gentian root and sweetness from cane sugar. Citrus is the third major component, so they add distilled coriander and grapefruit peels to give it a bright, citrus aroma. They then mix these components with a variety of fragrant flowering botanicals, including hyssop and Artemsia pontica. The color comes from cochineal (insects), which adds the vibrant red color that one expects from a traditional Aperitivo as it has been used in spirits for hundreds of years.More info
Only two Chartreuse monks know the identity of the 130 plants, how to blend them and how to distill them into this world famous liqueur. They are also the only ones who know which plants they have to macerate to produce the natural green and yellow colours. And they alone supervise the slow ageing in oak casks.More info
The Aperitivo Cappelletti, endearingly known to locals as just “Specialino”, may be the oldest style of the classic red bitter still in production. Unlike its larger commercial rivals, Cappelletti is less sweet and has a wonderful drying finish.More info
A complex and well balanced combination of over 30 various peels, herbs, roots, barks and flowers from the Peruvian forest including Quina and Sarrapia leaves, macerated then rested for six months in oak Barrels, then bottled to allow you to enhance the flavor of all your cocktails. Ingredients: Rectified Alcohol, Treated Water, Mashed Herbs, Natural Aromatic Bitter Bark and FlowersMore info
Angostura Aromatic Bitters is a true classic and an integral part of every cocktail cabinet. The bitters are used in countless cocktail recipes to balance out acidity and take the edge off spirits while adding complexity and intensifying flavor. No mai tai, old fashioned, pink gin, or Manhattan can be without it. "A cocktail cabinet without Angostura is like a kitchen without salt and pepper." The bitterness comes from gentian, along with a combination of other spices. Its palate-cleansing and digestive properties are an added bonus.More info
Scrappy's answer to the classic and indispensable aromatic bitters, but made with none of the artificial dyes, gums, glycerins that are found in many bitters. For a touch of bitterness, aromatics, and just a hint of herbal spice, try in a Manhattan, Old Fashioned.More info
Dashfire's mission is to create hand-crafted blends that can be used by everyone who appreciates a quality cocktail, from professional bartenders to amateurs who enjoy experimenting at home with friends and family. We create unique products that will immediately enhance your favorite cocktail, with our inspiration drawn from the classic cocktails of days gone by.More info
Woodsy and aromatic, these rustic bitters have a pleasant aroma of cocoa and bitter almonds, with flavors of vanilla, fennel and star anise. They enhance any number of cocktails and also are great as a vanilla extract substitute and in seltzer as a dry soda.More info
With the soul-satisfying comfort of a homemade chocolate-walnut cookie, Joker Judy will add warmth and richness to your libations. Roasty and toasty notes of coffee, vanilla, cacao and a hint of spice make her a cozy companion to your barrel aged spirits.More info
Dudognon is one of the oldest and most respected estates in Cognac's heart: the Grande Champagne. Here the region's famous chalky soils are most pure creating spirits with hard minerality and elegant finesse. The Dudognon vineyards are notable for not using pesticide or herbicide -- a relative anomaly in the region.More info