BittersThese limited-edition bitters from Miracle Mile Bitters Co. are a wonderful twist on Louis’s already delicious Forbidden Bitters. Barrel aged for six months in a Rye Whisky barrel from Sonoma County Distilling they’re truly something special and unique for the cocktail enthusiast. Based on 19th-century aromatic bitters Barrel Aged Forbidden combines exotic root spices like Angelica root, Zedoary, and Galangal, along with aromatics such as Vanilla, Clove, Cinnamon and Cardamom. A perfect match for any aged spirit. Tatiana’s Take This variation is less spicy than the original and the aging process has definitely mellowed it out. It’s dry with notes of cinnamon and clove that shine through. You can also taste the tannins from the wood. It’s a wonderful companion for an Old Fashioned or Manhattan.$24.95$24.95 Quickview
love a spot of earl grey tea?Then you’ll enjoy this Bergamot bitters from Miracle Mile Bitters Co! Infused with Bergamot oil, orange, cinnamon, summit hops, and other herbs and spices this bitters pairs well with clear spirits like gin and Pisco.
Tatiana’s TakeVery sweet and lightly bitter it does taste of bergamot but it’s not overpowering. I use it in a gin sour with some egg white. I think it’s a great combination of lavender flavors. It’s also good for Long Island ice tea, Jamaican rum, and an interesting twist on your standard Ice Pick!
BittersLicorice and Dandelion root are the foundation for Castilian. They’re combined with Gentian, Cardamom, Grains of Paradise and other spices. These bitters get their creamy sweetness from caramelized Demerara sugar. It’s great in Tequila and Mezcal drinks. Tatiana’s Take I have a slightly different take on the Castilian bitters. To me it's wonderfully creamy, having a softly citrus component, and being floral. It’s almost buttery! I think it’s perfect in a Corpse Revival or even a dash in The Last Word.$19.95
BittersThe Orange Bitters from Miracle Mile Bitters Co. are a spicier take on a classic recipe. They open with a bright clean orange peel and orange juice flavor and finish spicy with cardamon, clove, and cinnamon. They’re not too bitter and have a sugar back. They’re a nice way to mix things up for drinks that usually call for orange bitters like a Martinez or a Bronx. Personally though, I like to use them in a tequila old fashioned or tiki drinks because of their spicy finish!$19.95
BittersMade by Miracle Mile Bitters Co. these Yuzu bitters combine prominent notes of citrus peel with a bit of faint lemon, grapefruit, and thyme. They’re lemony and herbaceous but not spicy — nicely sweet and not too bitter. Yuzu will benefit any cocktail with citrus flavors. I like it in a French 75, Tom Collins, and Southside. A drop in your gin martini at home will make a world of difference. Don’t forget to garnish with a lemon peel! Yuzu is a variety of citrus that originated in central China and Tibet. During the Tang Dynasty it was introduced to Japan and Korea. It’s flavor is tart and closely resembles that of grapefruit with overtones of mandarin orange. It’s pretty interesting for a citrus variety because it grows in colder regions. It can even handle a small frost!$19.95$19.95 Quickview
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