Tag: Bitters

Chocolate Julep

Chocolate Julep

This Julep has a faint hint of bitter chocolate, which makes it an excellent choice for dessert (or breakfast).

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Blood Orange Champagne Cocktail

Blood Orange Champagne Cocktail

Plain champagnes are for plain Janes!

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Chocolate Manhattan

Chocolate Manhattan

The City That Never Sleeps demands a Cocktail That Never Disappoints.

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G.O.T. (Gin-Orange-Tonic)

G.O.T. (Gin Orange Tonic)

This G & T gets a little extra “Oh!” from a splash of blood oranges and faraway spices.

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Wine-Beyond-the-Wall (or, Wine-ter is Coming)

Wine Beyond The Wall

We created this hot spiced wine especially for the upcoming season of “Game of Thrones.” We hear it’s gonna be a cold one!

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Blood Orange Bitters

Blood Orange Bitters

Bitters were traditionally marketed as medicines for seasickness, nausea, and other stomach maladies before being used as aromatic additives in mixed drinks. Our preparation is based on blood oranges with fragrant cardamom and other spices. We’re not claiming it’s medicine, but it can cure an under-the-weather cocktail!

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The Herbalist

The Herbalist

Herbalism is the study of the use plants to treat disease and promote health. This herbal tonic is high in Vitamin G!

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The Gris Gris

Gris Gris

Used for attracting good fortune or warding off evil, gris gris are talismans originating in West Africa and also found in New Orleans. Serve the Gris Gris and let your guests wonder how you do the voodoo that you do.

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Lavender Bitters

Lavender Bitters

A 2012 review in the journal Phytomedicine concluded that there was insufficient evidence prove the anxiety-reducing effects of lavender. The authors obviously hadn’t tried our lavender bitters!

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