The Bitter Truth - Peach Bitters - Cocktail Bitters - 39% - 20cl
These bitters, produced by the German manufacturer The Bitter Truth, glorify the essence of peach. Delicate peach notes are balanced with hints of almonds and backed up by spices and other bitter agents.
The Bitter Truth uses all-natural ingredients in the maceration process of creating their bitters.
The 200ml portion of Peach Bitters has an alcohol content of 39% ABV and comes in an elegant bottle that visually reminds one of the medicinal history of bitters.
These Peach Bitters are a contemporary interpretation of a classic style of bitters, and can be used to enliven any fruity cocktail.
LIBERTY BELL COCKTAIL
90ml (3 oz) Rye Whiskey
90ml (3 oz) The Bitter Truth – SloeBerry BlueGin
90ml (3 oz) The Bitter Truth – Apricot Liqueur
3 dashes The Bitter Truth – Jerry Thomas’ Own Decanter Bitters
Method: Stir all ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with apricot slice, red currants – and ring the bell!
By The Bitter Truth
40-50 ml Gin
2 dashes The Bitter Truth – Jerry Thomas’ Own Decanter Bitters
Method: Stir in mixing glass with ice & strain into a nosing glass. Serve with a glass of cold water.
Water, alcohol, natural herbs and spices, coloring E 150d
Use it to enhance the flavor and aroma of your beverages and dishes.
- Produkttyp:WM: Cocktail Bitters
- Marke: The Bitter Truth
- Bezeichnung:WM: Bitter
- Nettofüllmenge:WM: 20cl
- Alkoholgehalt:WM: 39% vol
- Distillery or Brand : The Bitter Truth
- Produkttyp: Cocktail Bitters
- Bezeichnung: Bitter
- Ursprungsland: Germany
- Lebensmittelunternehmer: The Bitter Truth GmbH, Wolfratshauserstr. 21e, 82049 Pullach im Isartal, DE
- Nettofüllmenge: 20cl
- Alkoholgehalt: 39% vol
- Usage Instructions: Add a few drops to a cocktail or mixed drink.
Weight: 0.39 kg
Dimensional Weight: 0.39 kg
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The Bitter Truth
The Bitter Truth, often TBT for short, was more significant in leading the rediscovery of cocktails bitter than almost any other company. It was in the summer of 2006 when Stephen Berg and Alexander Hauck decided to do something against the misery of the cocktail industry, which for them meant a lack of good bitters in the first instance.