San Francisco Cocktail Bitters are available in 5 fl oz bottles with "dash" control
A cocktail flavoring patterned after Boonekamp of Magbitter, which originated in Leidschendam, Flanders in 1815. Aromatic, spicy and mildly licorice-like, it was to become the most popular digestive throughout Holland and Germany. In the saloons of 1890s San Francisco, its use was de rigueur in a "gin and bitters". Our concentrated Boonekamp Bitters can also be used for the preparation of present-day cocktails and shooters popular in Europe, such as Guido's Cocktail, Shot-In-The-Knee, and Meine Rettung (My Salvation). 20 botanical ingredients Introduced May 2012
YERBA BUENA BITTERS
A cocktail flavoring with a profile similar to that of the original Yerba Buena Bitters, which was produced in San Francisco from 1870 to 1920. It was prepared from an herb of the mint family which grew in abundance around the Bay Area, and which the mission fathers named yerba buena. A great "secret" addition to classic cocktails like the Bostonian, Cooperstown, Dinah, Harry's Cocktail and the Tipperary, as well as juleps and mojitos.
12 botanical ingredients Introduced May 2012
JAMAICA GINGER BITTERS
A cocktail flavoring with a pungent ginger profile similar to the original Jamaica Ginger Extract which was produced in America from the late 1800s into Prohibition. It was used in the production of "Ginger Jake" during Prohibition, a product which also included a toxic ingredient. This triggered the demise of Jamaica Ginger Extract itself. It was formerly used in such cocktails as the Jamaica Ginger, the Hot Deck, and the Here's How. Alcohol 50% vol.
11 botanical ingredients Introduced May 2012
FLOWER DRUM BITTERS
A cocktail flavoring whose creation was inspired by memories of dining in San Francisco's Chinatown during the late 1940s and early 1950s, at such fondly remembered restaurants as the Jade Palace, Shanghai Low, The Lamps of China, Lotus Bowl, Tao Lee Yon, Kay Kay Garden and Universal Cafe. Flower Drum Bitters will add a subtle, exotic note to classic "oriental" cocktails such as the Canton, the Shanghai and the Chinatown.
14 botanical ingrerdients Introduced Feb 2013
A cocktail flavoring with a profile similar to Green Chartreuse® Liqueur. A concentrated, economical replacement which is unsweetened, allowing for greater control over the sweetness level in cocktails. Six dashes Green Carthusian Bitters approximates the unsweetened flavor of one ounce Green Chartreuse® liqueur. Use in classic cocktails like the Emerald, the Green Ghost, the Hague, Champs Elysées, Katinka, and numerous other drinks.
20 botanical ingredients Introduced Feb 2013
A concentrated, unsweetened cocktail flavoring patterned after La Créole, a liqueur that was produced in the late 1700s at Fort-Royal, Martinique at the distillery of Madeleine Achard-Amphoux. Our Martinique Bitters was adapted from a recipe for La Créole which appeared in a French distiller's formulary published in 1843. Cashew apples, sassafras bark and ambrette seeds were included in the original list of ingredients. An exotic and intriguing flavor ingredient for the creative mixologist.
7 botanical ingredients Introduced Oct 2015