The Bitter End

The Bitter End Cocktail Bitters

Mixologists and cocktail connoisseurs alike should be jumping on the newest, most radical flavors in bitters, brought to you by The Bitter End. Self-tagged as “The Last Word in Bitters,” this line is anything but ordinary.

The Bitter End Thai Bitters
Add flavors of mint, galangal, lemongrass and kaffir lime to cocktails for an extra kick of the orient. Works especially well in champagne cocktails.

The Bitter End Moroccan Bitters
Slip in the essences of coriander, lemon, mint and cinnamon to your favorite rum cocktail or even sauces for an international flair.

The Bitter End Mexican Mole Bitters
A combination of the spices used to make Mole Poblano, this bitters flavor features cocoa, sesame and cinnamon flavors that will warm up any classic bourbon cocktail.

The Bitter End Memphis Barbecue Bitters
Add a subtle, smoky bit of barbecue to any whiskey cocktail or even a Bloody Mary for a perfectly dramatic kick.

The Bitter End Jamaican Jerk Bitters
A perfect addition to your favorite tropical drink recipes, Jamaican Jerk bitters adds a sweet heat to your glass.

I cannot wait to begin playing around with these brand-spanking new bitters flavors. I’ll keep you posted on recipes as they develop!



  • M February 10, 2011 @ 10:35am

    Got any recipes for any of these? I’m new to the bitter world and wouldn’t know where to start with these….

  • Hannah February 10, 2011 @ 11:04am

    M – I recommend starting with classic cocktail recipes you know and love and then branching out from there. For example, Mexican Mole or Memphis Barbecue would both be great in a Manhattan – two totally different twists.

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