All The Bitter
New Orleans Bitters
Add intrigue and dimension to your cocktails by seasoning your base with bitters to create something unique. The founders of All The Bitter know their seasoning too! They met at the French Laundry, one of the premier three Michelin Star restaurants in Napa Valley, CA, where they worked as sommeliers—so they know their stuff!
The New Orleans Style bitters are their non-alcoholic take on Peychaud's bitters. In case you haven't heard of them, Peychaud's bitters were originally created around 1830 in a Creole apothecary from the colony of St. Dominique (now Haiti) who settled in New Orleans, Louisiana. Peychaud's bitters typically have a strong flavor of anise and mint.
These types of bitters are typically used in the Sazerac cocktail, complementing the warming cognac and already anise forward absinthe.
HOW TO SERVE:
- Add a few dashes to sparkling water for a lightly fruity aperitif
- Add to wine for more accentuate fruity flavors and to add complexity and depth
- Not exclusively for fruity drinks! Use in a Sidecar or as a berry and hibiscus accent on other whiskey drinks.
Non-GMO vegetable glycerin, purified water, apple cider vinegar*, spices*, cherry*, hibiscus flower*, rosehips*, gentian root*, milk thistle seed*, dandelion root*, burdock root*, ginger root*, schisandra berry*, yellow dock root*
*Botanicals all grown organically or wild foraged
No added colors, preservatives, flavors, or sugar.
Contains 0.0% alcohol by volume.
Contains 10 calories, 0g sugar, 2g carbohydrate per 1/2 tsp serving.
Each bottle is 4 oz, enough to make ~50 drinks