You can’t—or at least you shouldn’t—make an Old Fashioned without them! Angostura Bitters are the most famous and prevalent type of bitters. But what are bitters exactly? They are an alcoholic, highly concentrated, botanical concoction used to give your cocktail a bitter, sour, or bittersweet flavor. Because of the strong flavor bitters are added to drinks in dashes. (Two or three should do the trick.) This specific brand is named after Angostura, the Venezuelan town where they were first produced. The recipe is a closely guarded secret, with just five people knowing the exact formula. Angostura bitters were first used to soothe soldiers’ upset stomachs and are believed to have other healing benefits but we’re pretty sure your bottle will spend more time on your bar cart than in your medicine cabinet.
.5oz. These fine quality Greek Olives are packed exclusively for the Collins brand. Accept no substitutes. Top Bartenders know genuine Spanish olives make for the proper Martini, top-off the perfect Bloody Mary and truly elevate any other classic cocktail. That's why we offer only authentic, hand-packed olives imported from Greece. Don't settle for lesser substitutions, not in your cocktail anyway.
Naturally infuse your favorite spirits! Simply add your favorite spirit and Rokz natural ingredients begin infusing the liquid with natural flavor. Store in the refrigerator, swirling ingredients once daily. Once the flavor reaches the desired strength, you are ready to begin creating cocktails!. The screened pourer allows you to leave the fruit and spices in the glass bottle while serving.
Rose's makes the finest grenadine syrup. It has what most other grenadines lost long ago - the rich, singular flavor of pomegranates. Used in many classic drink recipes, rose's grenadine is without equal.
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. In stock and ready to ship. 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. Specs: 35% alcohol by volume.
Add two cups of your favorite spirit to the bottle. Store in the refrigerator or freezer, swirling ingredients daily. Once the flavor reaches desired strength you are ready to begin creating cocktails.