Bittermens Spirits

Buckspice Gingersnap Bitters

Of course, nothing can beat having access to fresh ginger juice when you’re making a cocktail – but it isn’t something that most people have laying around their kitchen, and if you do make ginger juice, it starts to lose its flavor almost immediately. By using a combination of dried gingers and alcohol, Bittermens has created a shelf-stable ginger bitter that can bring that bite to warming winter cocktails – especially those made with rum and bourbon – yet also work beautifully in classic bucks and mules. In fact, 10 drops in a Moscow Mule turns it into something special!

Bittermens Spirits

While living in San Francisco in early 2007, Avery and Janet Glasser used a high-proof spirit and a variety of herbs, peels and spices to create an extract of a traditional Mexican cooking sauce. This extract became the prototype recipe for Bittermens Spirits. From New York to Boston, San Francisco and around the world, cocktail enthusiasts and bartenders are rediscovering long-lost recipes and coming up with new signature flavors which help create the palate of the New American Cocktail. These are the flavors that inspire Bittermens Spirits. 


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