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Peychauds Aromatic Cocktail Bitters

Item # P65

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The classic New Orleans bitters and a crucial ingredient in the signature Sazerac cocktail, Peychaud’s is sure to enhance the taste of whatever you’re si...

  • Peychauds Aromatic Cocktail Bitters - 5 oz
    P65-5
    $5.95

    $5.95

  • Peychauds Aromatic Cocktail Bitters - 10 oz
    P65-10
    $9.95

    $9.95

Overview

The classic New Orleans bitters and a crucial ingredient in the signature Sazerac cocktail, Peychaud’s is sure to enhance the taste of whatever you’re sipping.

As one of only two brands of cocktail bitters to survive from pre-prohibition days, Peychaud’s is used some of the world’s most classic cocktails like the Manhattan, Old Fashioned, and Whiskey Sour. Made right in New Orleans, it’s been a legendary favorite since the 1800’s.


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Features
  • Used in cocktails like a Manhattan, Old Fashioned, and in the signature Sazerac Cocktail
  • One of only two brands to survive from pre-prohibition days
  • Made in New Orleans

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Specs
  • 35% alcohol by volume

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Why did you choose this?
Kegworks Store
I use in cocktails at a few restaurants in Park City, Utah. "
Because they are delicious.
Nathaniel D on Nov 28, 2015
I use in cocktails at a few restaurants in Park City, Utah. "
Saw recipe for a Manhattan in Bon Appitite magazine.
Osborne C Jr O on Jan 8, 2016
Because they are delicious.
Nathaniel D on Nov 28, 2015
tastes like new orleans
george a on Oct 31, 2015
Saw recipe for a Manhattan in Bon Appitite magazine.
Osborne C Jr O on Jan 8, 2016
tastes like new orleans
george a on Oct 31, 2015
How long does unopened bottle last ?
A shopper on Dec 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: An un-opened bottle should be good indefinitely... for best keeping, store out of light in a cool/dry place. As with any macerated/infused solution you may find separation (we're talking years here) but the chance of anything dangerous growing in the bottle is extrememly unlikely given the amount of alcohol present. You are more likely to notice a flavor change - faded/muted profile - long before anything goes "sour."