Country of origin: CANADA Alcohol content: 36% Alcohol by Volume
Tlalocan - Worthy of their grand temple... The Tlalocan Latin Lime bitters are a bright and versatile bitters, bursting with fresh flavors and working well in many an application. A huge wave of fresh lime aroma and flavor is supported by floral undertones, a Latin flavor complexity and just a hint of spice. Use them where you'd use an orange bitters for a new twist or get inspired.
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 fresh lime, ginger, cinnamon, and a hint of chlorophyll. Taste follows with strong lime, hibiscus, a grassy note, pepper and a solid bitterness.
These bitters are very versatile and fit nearly anywhere but they play especially well with mezcal, rum, gin and pisco. Try them in a Pisco Sour, a Dark and Stormy or a Gin and Tonic.
(Created by Sean McGuigan of the Clough Club in Vancouver, BC)
1.5 oz mezcal (Los Siete)
0.5 oz Aperol
0.5 oz Vya Extra Dry Vermouth
2 droppers Apothecary Bitters Tlalocan bitters
Lemon twist, for garnish
Add mezcal, Aperol, Vya Extra Dry Vermouth and Tlalocan to a mixing glass with ice. Stir well, then strain into a chilled coupe.
Twist the lemon peel over the drink, rub the rim of the glass, then drop it in as a garnish.
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