Maker's Mark is a unique and full-flavoured, hand-made Bourbon, made using the old-style sour-mash method and sealed with the iconic red wax. Rich, smooth and full-flavoured, this is one to sip by itself rather than mix. Maker's Mark use wheat instead of
Widely regarded as one of the greatest Cognacs, Hennessy has a tradition of producing Cognacs of the highest quality. The VSOP from Hennessy is the epitome of balance and class and is a blend of 60 different eaux-de-vie aged up to 15 years. Every aspect o
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
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
Matching the original traditional recipes, with more absinth, less sugar. All eyes will be instantly captivated thanks to its clear and shiny light green colour with yellow undertones. Absinth infusions and essences, mugwort and star anise, aniseed alcoho
The Bitter Truth Celery Bitters have a rich bouquet of white grapes, Sencha tea, lemongrass, celery leaf, and fresh ginger root. It dances artistically on the tongue as well, adding coriander seed, fresh celery, and chicory to the foray.
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
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
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