It's Time to Hear The Bitter Truth

Date Posted:3 July 2023 





The Bitter Truth Pimento Dram

The Bitter Truth Pimento Dram is based on selected pimento/allspice and the finest Jamaican rum. A concentrated tincture that evokes strong flavours of brown sugar, molasses, cinnamon, anise and more. But the primary flavour that stands above all others is Pimento. Only a small amount of this liqueur is needed to both sweeten a drink and bring with it a complex expression of this enigmatic spice.




The Bitter Truth Apricot Liqueur

The Bitter Truth Apricot Liqueur combines the juice of sun-ripened Austrian apricots with an apricot eau-de-vie that is distilled from the same fruit.

Apricot dominates with a smidgen of almond from the kernel on the nose. While on the palate, a creamy dried apricot flavour cuts in first, interrupted by the caramel biscotti mid-palate, and rounding off with hot-stewed apricots once more.


The Bitter Truth Violet Liqueur

Made from wild violet blossoms that grow in the Alps which are then added to the finest grain spirit, The Bitter Truth Violet Liqueur captures the delicate and elegant flavours of this fragile flower in a very impressive way.

A natural, elegant, and slightly sweet liqueur, whose southern French flavour is both sensitive and balanced, showing delicate and fresh violet aromas, and elevating your Aviation to the heavens.


The Bitter Truth Elderflower Liqueur

While elderflower blossom is your first kiss on the tongue, fruit notes like quince and white grape support the fete of light herbs and spices that slide in and mix with honey sweetness. The Bitter Truth Elderflower Liqueur combines the characteristics of a spiced aperitif wine and a natural floral liqueur.


The Bitter Truth Golden Falernum

This Falernum is gold in color, taste and texture, but never one note, it is a calypso of flavor. On the nose are fresh lime, ginger, vanilla and almond with just a hint of Christmas.

At 18% alcohol, The Bitter Truth Golden Falernum Liqueur is stronger than other falernums while still having a lower alcohol content than most liqueurs, lending itself to both uses in cocktails or drunk on its own over ice.


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