Made from drying aromatic herbs, tree bark, and fruits, bitters will add complex flavor to cocktails, and Bittercube bitters are some of the highest quality available. The company uses no artificial ingredients in creating their bitters, instead relying on natural herbs and leaves to bring out flavor. The bitters are made by hand in a small Wisconsin brewing facility, and each step of the process is tightly controlled. Brewing can take up to 25 days, ensuring that the deepest flavors are imbued. The natural, slow brewing process has earned Bittercube attention from media such as The New York Times, NPR, and Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food.
What kinds of bitters does Bittercube make?
Bittercube distinguishes itself by offering a range of bitters made with all-natural ingredients. Fans of classic cocktails such as the Old Fashioned will love Bittercube Orange Cocktail Bitters. For a drink that has warmth and spice, Bittercube Jamaican No. 1 Cocktail Bitters brings earthy flavors like ginger and nutmeg to the forefront, while Bittercube Chipotle Cacao Corazon Cocktail Bitters is all about rich cocoa and smoked pepper. Can’t decide? Try the Bittercube Cocktail Bitters Variety Pack and try a sample of each flavor!
What drinks can I make with bitters?
Bitters go in a wide variety of cocktail recipes. An Old Fashioned is the combination of whiskey, bitters, simple syrup, and a splash of club soda. The Sazarac is believed to be the first cocktail ever created and involves rye whiskey or Cognac, sugar, bitters, and absinthe. Try a Manhattan with rye whiskey, bitters, cherry juice and vermouth.