Bittermilk Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Fashioned Syrup 251ml
- Cocktail Syrup
Country of origin: USA Alcohol content: 0% Alcohol by Volume
This gentlemen's cocktail has been recreated by using classic bittering agents like gentian root and cinchona bark along with burnt sugar, spices and a bit of orange peel. The mixer is aged in Willett bourbon barrels to allow the flavours to come together and ramp up the intensity. It is super concentrated, so just a little goes a long way.
Just add rye or any aged spirit.
Refrigerate after opening.
We say, to make a cocktail, “the labour is in the bottle, just add booze”.
Bittermilk hand crafted cocktail mixer compounds, are designed for the modern day cocktail enthusiast. Husband and wife team, MariElena and Joe Raya developed Bittermilk to simplify the process of making craft cocktails at home. These compounds are the first of their kind, each hand made and hand bottled in a small production in Charleston. The products are sourced with all-natural, organic and unique ingredients. Bittermilk Compounded Mixers allow the customer to mix up unique, quality cocktails following a simple ratio of Bittermilk to their choice of spirit. Each of the products use a bittering agent, a sweetener, and an acid to achieve a balanced cocktail. Inspired by what goes into making a classic cocktail, complimenting botanicals and aromatics are added to brighten flavor. Creative techniques are used to maximise flavours; things like roasting, burning, smoking, barrel aging, percolating and macerating for an amazing end product.
Makes on average 17 servings.
*Tonic syrups have a very long shelf life. However some of our syrup suppliers like to use best-before dates for their products. A best-before date is not a use-by date, but simply a rough guide to achieving the best quality flavours.
The advice we have received is that a best before date of January 2015 is the end of January. Please do be aware that once you open the bottle, it must be refrigerated, and preferably consumed within 4 weeks.
The Food Standards Australia website states that “You can still eat foods for a while after the best before date as they should be safe but they may have lost some quality.”