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Cocktail bitters

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8 · Settle into a sweet sipping chocolate old fashioned with bourbon, Ballotin Original Chocolate, orange, and mole bitters. It’s an easy riff on a classic whiskey cocktail, and a tasty one at that. This is a slight variation on the chocolate old fashioned recipe available on the Ballotin Whiskey website.

5 ingredients

  • 1 Orange slice and cherry
Beer, Wine & Liquor
  • 1 1/2 oz Ballotin original chocolate whiskey
  • 2 dashes Bitters, orange
  • 3/4 oz Bourbon
  • 2 dash Chocolate mole bitters
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From Angostura's aromatic bitters to flavors like celery and lavender, bitters add a kick to cocktails. Find inspiration for using the essential brands.

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Whether meant for better digestion or making cocktails, bitters have numerous health benefits. Learn more about what are bitters and how to make them.

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Cocktail bitters are one of the easiest ways to add complexity to a drink. Learn more about how to use this incredible, versatile ingredient in the cocktails you make at home.

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Learn how to make homemade cocktail bitters for your favorite drink recipes - or as a healthy supplement to your daily diet. They also make great DIY gifts!

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Homemade Cocktail Bitters: Cherry Vanilla, Chocolate, Grapefruit & Strawberry Ginger

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Everything you need to know about DIY Cocktail Bitters Cocktail Bitters History Bitters have been made by many cultures all around the world. The oldest known mention of bitters are from the Ancient Egyptians, making herbal wine infusions. The herbs included in bitters were traditionally chosen based on their pharmaceu

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Angostura is the most widely known aromatic bitters, but not your only choice when it comes to stocking this important ingredient of your 9-Bottle Bar. This week we look at a few strong contenders. Time to stop and smell the bitters. To recap a bit from last week’s introduction to aromatic bitters, we learned that bottles belonging to this category of cocktail “seasoning” tend to present a flavor profile that’s anchored in notes of bitter roots and baking spice.

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This week we show how to create your own Bitters and Tinctures by using a flavor library for blending.

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