Chartreuse Elixir Vegetal is a strange but beautiful liqueur made to an original 'elixir of life' recipe revived by the Carthusian monks in the 18th century. Recommended on a sugar cube or add several drops in a Gin and Tonic for another dimension of taste!
Essential kit for bartenders and amateur mixing enthusiasts alike, and a vital ingredient in a string of classic cocktails including Mai Tai, Singapore Sling, Old Fashioned etc.
Original Celery Bitters have an amazing bouquet of flavors such as white grape, Sencha tea, lemon grass, celery leaf and fresh root ginger. It juggles artistically on the tongue as well, adding coriander seed, fresh celery and chicory to the foray. Add to a Red Snapper for the thinking person’s Bloody Mary. It’s obligatory with grassy spirits too, try a good measure in a Ti Punch or just a tickle in a gin and tonic for something to make the neighbors envious.
Most definitely rich with cocoa butter and dark chocolate to entice the nose, hints of vanilla, cinnamon and bitter tones of gentian and wormwood elicit the palate. The Bitter Truth - Chocolate Bitters play exceptionally well with sweet Vermouths and all kinds of aged spirits like Whisk(e)y, Rum, Tequila and Brandy.
With a golden amber color, these bitters are peppery, with earthy-fruity aromas of marinated cucumber and cracked pepper on the nose. In taste expect fresh cucumber accompanied by a light bitterness, herbal notes of rosemary and thyme, hints of fleur de sel, and lingering floral flavors of summer blossoms and squash finish.
The Bitter Truth Cucumber Bitters offers new ways of mixing your favored spirit by adding consistent savory flavors of green cucumber to your mixed drink. Try these bitters in your favorite Pimm’s Cup, Gin & Tonic, or in a tasty Cucumber Martini.