The Bitter Truth Grapefruit Bitters do not fail in representing this oversized but under-used citrus fruit. With an instantaneous boost of the zingy breakfast fruit on the first sniff, you`ll get both the bitter oils but also the classic sharp tang on the
The Bitter Truth Jerry Thomas’ Own Decanter Bitters is based on a recipe by Professor Jerry Thomas (1830-1885), who is considered the most important bartender of the 19th-century.
Although we are not sure if he would know what cider candies smell like
Dark brown amber in appearance, the flavor of The Bitter Truth’s NUT Drops & Dashes is driven by delicate notes of green black walnuts with hints of Muscovado sugar, prunes & raisins in combination with high notes of roasted hazelnuts.
Aromatic bitters are the most classic of all bitters going back to the late 18th-century. They are by far the most widely used bitters since the early days of bartending and play a significant role in the history of cocktails. The Old Fashioned or the Man
These olive bitters are primarily an attempt to uplift the look and texture of a Dirty Martini Cocktail. Challenged by their creativity, bartenders have found excellent uses in many aperitif-style drinks, particularly in combination with sherry, vermouths
Orange bitters were the natural successor of aromatic bitters when new distillation methods led to a lighter type of spirit. The first orange bitters were released in the 1880s, a time when many classic cocktails such as the Martinez and Manhattan were cr
Peach Bitters were a classic style of bitters popular in the 19th-century during the first golden age of the cocktail but became defunct when more streamline tastes were in fashion. Although peach bitters never reached the popularity of orange bitters, th
Bittersweet, brown and intensively aromatic, The Bitter Truth’s ROOTS Drops & Dashes show bold notes of burnt liquorice in combination with smoked & sweet spices and bitter gentian root.
With the flood of new gins and tonic waters in recent years, modern tastebuds can be quite challenged when it comes to skillfully pair a specific gin with tonic water that complements its flavor profile.
With the combination of Sicilian lemon, Seville
With its red, mahogany amber color, The Bitter Truth’s WOOD Drops & Dashes deliver bone dry aromas of oak wood, Peruvian bark, light spice and fragrant notes of sandalwood.
Hinoki, also known as rattan, which is a traditional lumber used to construct temples in Japan, will be the upcoming flavor for the new Japanese Bitters. About a year ago, we successfully created the bitters prototype by extracting the aroma and flavor of
Shiso is the present common name fore the Asian culinary herb, seed(spice), and the entirety of the Preilla frutescens plant, which belings to the mint family. The whole leaf of green shiso is often used as a receptacle to hold wasabi or various garnishes
Umami Bitters is Carefully selected high quality materials from all over Japan from kelp, bonito flakes, and dried shiitake mushrooms, which contain the most UMAMI components. The balance between each ingredients and citrus is created to the finest attent
The Yuzu is a citrus fruit and plant originating in Southern Japan. It is believed to be a hybrid of sour mandarin and Ichang papeda. This fruit resembles a very small frapefruit with uneven skin texture and can be either yellow or green depending on the
Move over Lychee Martinis! Umenoyado saké blend Lychee Liqueur has a captive floral aroma and the elegant sweetness of lychee, it is perfect for those who are looking for an exotic tropical liqueur to enjoy over the summer. Luscious and smooth, serve this
Using the biggest & juiciest of all the Mandarins - the Dekapon - we made this refreshing, vibrant liqueur from exclusively Riverland citrus!
We offer a range of mixers that help you become that amazing mixologist you've always wanted to be. From vermouth, bitters, liqueur, to aperitif and flavoured waters. Hopefully, you'll find what you're looking for, but if you don't, chat with us online.