Cocktail Bitters Bob's Bitters - Coriander Bitters 34.8% - 10cl
The coriander bitters work wonderfully especially with gin, but can refine cocktails with any base to add a fine aroma and a mild hint of coriander.
Like all of Bob's Bitters, the coriander bitters arrive in a 100ml bottle with a pipette top, making dosage easy and efficient.
Avery Glasser as served at Amor y Amargo, NYC
60ml (2 oz) Pierre Ferrand 1840 Cognac
10 drops Bittermens Xocolatl Mole Bitters
10 drops Bittermens New England
1 sugar cube
Barspoon soda water
Method: Place a sugar cube in the bottom of an Old Fashioned glass and coat with Xocolatl Mole Bitters, New England Spiced Cranberry and soda water. Muddle to crush sugar cube. Add Cognac and stir to incorporate. Add 2-3 Kold Draft ice cubes (or one big ice cube). Serve with wide lemon twist.
Brian Miller for Death & Co. New York City
7ml (¼ oz) Demerara Sugar Syrup
15ml (½ oz) Rittenhouse Bonded Rye
15ml (½ oz) Buff alo Trace Bourbon
15ml (½ oz) Cognac
15ml (½ oz) Calvados
2 dashes Angostura Bitters
1 dash Bittermens Xocolatl Mole Bitters
Method: Stir and serve on the rocks with wide orange and lemon twists.
alcohol, water, natural herbs and spices
Use it to enhance the flavor and aroma of your beverages and dishes.
- Product Type:WM: Cocktail Bitters
- Description:WM: Bitter
- Net Quantity:WM: 10cl
- Alcohol Content:WM: 34.8% vol
- Distillery or Brand : Bob's Bitters
- Product Type: Cocktail Bitters
- Description: Bitter
- Country of Origin: United Kingdom
- Responsible Food Company: Bob's Bitters, 457 SOUTHCHURCH ROAD, SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, ESSEX SS1 2PH, UK
- Net Quantity: 10cl
- Alcohol Content: 34.8% vol
- Usage Instructions: Add a few drops to a cocktail or mixed drink.
Weight: 0.21 kg
Dimensional Weight: 0.35 kg
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A kiwi adorns Bob's bottles and lets his roots as a proud New Zealander be known. Today he lives in London and produces his cocktail bitters there, following a simple, but original and convicing concept.
What makes Bob's Bitters so special?
Specialists differentiate between bitters and tinctures, tinctures being very aromatic concentrates for which certain ingredients are well known. There are simple and complex tinctures, depending on whether one or more ingredients have been extracted. They taste unnatural and boring most of the time. Bob's Bitters differentiate themselves from these tinctures most especially because the ingredients are macerated over a longer stretch of time. Therefore, the bitter ingredients become dominant during extraction only later in the process - You might be familiar with that process when you've steeped a cup of tea for too long. That's how bitters develop their special characateristics which make them so able to harmonize aromatically in cocktails, namely because of these bitter ingredients. They are a normal aromatic component in somewhat boring tinctures, but a key component to bitters.
The idea behind Bob's Bitters
Bitters are in no way boring, quite the opposite: the most well-known examples of bitters combine the initial characteristic of bitterness within a very complex mix of aromas of countless ingredients. With this background in mind, the purist idea behind Bob's Bitters becomes clear: individual ingredients are carefully extracted in order to create bitters that exemplify just the pure aromas of the main ingredients and the bitterness, nothing more. For this reason, they are exemplary for specific contributions to the aromas and tastes of your drinks and food dishes. With Bob's Bitters just like with other herbal bitters, it's easy to avoid the border between too-little and too-much, thanks to the handy dropper top on the bottle. In the lid there is a pipette with an integrated measure to show the exact dosage of the bitter. Similar to products from Bittermens , Bob's Bitters is extremely easy to dose out.
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