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  • Bitters - Fee Brothers
  • Bitters - Fee Brothers
  • Bitters - Fee Brothers
  • Bitters - Fee Brothers

Bitters - Fee Brothers

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Fee Brothers black walnut bitters 150 ml

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Fee Brothers makes fine bitters, botanical waters, mixes, brines, and cordial syrups for distribution around the world.  We have been family-owned since our founding in 1864 and are one of the few businesses that have lived to see a 5th generation. 

The effect of Bitters in a drink is to balance, round out and complex the flavor. Just as vanilla is used in baking, bitters are used in cocktail making to give drinks added flavour. 

Bitters are available in the following flavours:

  • Black Walnut - Fee Brothers Black Walnut Bitters add a warm, nutty flavour to your favourite cocktails. Add them to an old fashioned with maple syrup for a cozy drink for cold weather.  
  • Cardamom - Made from a mixture of botanicals and spices steeped in spirits, Cardamom Bitters have a pronounced root beer, citrus and cardamom flavour. Used in many prohibition era cocktails.
  • Grapefruit - Grapefruit bitters are the  perfect match for gin, vodka, Blanco tequila, and light rum and are a wonderful ingredient for drinks that may otherwise taste excessively sweet. Give a modern twist to a classic Gin & Tonic, add a few dashes to a Daiquiri or Margarita or add a new layer of complexity to cocktails that traditionally didn’t include bitters.
  • Rhubarb - Fee Brothers Rhubarb Bitters is used by craft-cocktail mixers in drinks such as the English Rose or May Day, adds character to White Sangria or a Champagne Cocktail, can be added to fruit cordials, and is delicious in culinary preparations including ice cream, sorbet, jams, jellies and chutneys.



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