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The Apothecary Bitters Co Spirit Fire (Cherry Cedar) Bitters 120ml

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Country of origin:   CANADA         Alcohol content: 36% Alcohol by Volume

Spirit Fire - In forests of old, the spirits burn...  The Spirit Fire Cherry Cedar bitters are the one that really started this whole bitters journey of our. Fragrant and delicious, the bold primary flavours of dried cherry and cedar wood are supported by an undercurrent of anise, dark fruits and a woodsy note.

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.

Tasting Notes:

Aroma notes of dark cherries, cedar forest, anise and pepper.

Taste follows with tart cherries, cinnamon, wood, molasses, sweetness and a cinchona bitterness.

Mixing Notes:

The fruit notes combined with the darker, richer flavors allow them to work well in nearly any application, but they really shine with rye, gin and sweet vermouth.

Try them in a Manhattan, a Martini or a Sazerac, for a twist on a classic. 

Cocktail Recipe:

Old Growth

1 oz rye whiskey

0.5 oz Cynar

0.5 oz Aperol

0.5 oz Punt e Mes

2 droppers Apothecary Bitters Spirit Fire bitters

Twist of orange peel, for garnish 

Add rye, Cynar, Aperol, Punt e Mes and Spirit Fire to a mixing glass with ice. Stir well, then strain into a chilled coupe.

Twist the orange peel over the drink, rub the rim of the glass, then drop it in as a garnish.

 

The Apothecary Bitters Co Spirit Fire (Cherry Cedar) Bitters 120ml Reviews

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Posted by Pete on 9th May 2019

Such a great bitters, have been using in amaro, whiskey, and mezcal cocktails coming into winter. Cedar is present but not too overpowering and the cherry is balanced and not saccharine. One of our favorites