Bring a fruit-forward tartness to your cocktail and punch recipes with Fee Brothers Cranberry Cocktail Bitters.
Cocktail bitters are spirits infused with flavors, typically from plants, fruits, or spices. They date as far back as the early 1800's, originally used to assist with digestion and cure stomach aches. Infusing your cocktail recipes with just a few drops of bitters will give them an additional level of flavor depth. Many bitters are also renowned for their ability to cure hangovers.
Fee Brothers, located in Rochester, NY, is a fourth-generation family-owned business that began as a small saloon/delicatessen back in 1863. Today, the product list includes almost 100 drink and cocktail mix products, shipped to distributors and establishments across six continents.
These ruby red cranberry bitters recipe is packed full of concentrated flavor so you can add a new dimension to your drinks without the volume or acidity of cranberry juice or the sweetness of cranberry simple syrup.
Like all Fee Brothers bitters, this product comes packaged in a paper-wrapped glass bottle with a screw-top cap and dasher insert for easy, measured dispensing. Add a dash of bitters to a Fizz or elevated Cosmo. Fee Brothers Cranberry Cocktail Bitters also make a wonderful addition to baked goods and frostings.
Each 5 ounce bottle of bitters contains approximately 150 dashes. The amount of liquid in one dash varies depending on the amount of bitters left in the bottle. The less remaining in the bottle, the bigger your dash gets.
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