Apothecary "General Ambrose's" Aromatic Bitters 120ml
Country of origin: CANADA Alcohol content: 36% Alcohol by Volume
General Ambrose's Aromatic Bitters - For with these bitters, the battle was won...
General Ambrose's Aromatic Bitters are Apothecary's take on the original style of bitters, taking inspiration from the classics but developing their own secret recipe. Pungent and complex, these bitters are aged on a blend of woods, giving them a unique depth and roundness with strong notes of spice, dried fruits, cinnamon, vanilla, and tannins.
About the Apothecary Bitters Co:
At the Apothecary Bitters Company, they handcraft all of their bitters in small batches with only real ingredients, no artificial flavorings or extracts, using choice botanicals and spices. The goal with their bitters is to create unique, complex and delicious flavor combinations that are not only intriguing, but extremely useful to the modern mixologist. Every style of bitters they make is ultimately created with the end use in mind, developed to make your cocktails stand out and to inspire new recipe ideas in the process.
Aroma notes of allspice, tree bark, dark spices, orange and a hint of juniper.
Taste follows with dried fruit, a woody bitterness, orange, vanilla, cinnamon and caramel.
These work well in place of any aromatic bitters and therefore any spirit, but they are especially good with bourbon. Try them in an Old Fashioned or a Trinidad Sour, if you're feeling particularly bold.
1.75 oz rye whiskey (Alberta Premium Dark Horse preferred)
0.5 oz Luxardo Amaro Abano
0.25 oz cinnamon simple syrup
2 droppers Apothecary Bitters General Ambrose's Aromatic Bitters
Twist of orange peel, for garnish
Add rye, Luxardo Amaro Abano, cinnamon simple syrup, and General Ambrose's aromatic bitters to a mixing glass with ice. Stir well.
Rinse a chilled old fashioned glass with Absinthe, dumping out the excess, and place a large ice cube into the glass.
Strain the mixing glass into the prepared old fashioned glass.
Flame the orange peel over the drink, rub the rim of the glass, then drop it in as a garnish.
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