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Passionflower Bitters

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Passionflower Bitters

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A healthful herbal concoction with notes of fresh organic turmeric and ginger. Because of their bright citrus tendency, Passionflower Bitters are a great replacement for orange bitters in many classic cocktails. They’ve been used in vinaigrettes, low-proof drinks like cider or vermouth cocktails, Cafe Tonics, Dry Manhattans, and our favorite: Scotch & Honey Old Fashioned.

 

Product photography by Daniel Dent

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CURRENTLY ONLY AVAILABLE TO BARS & SHOPS (WHOLESALE) THROUGH A PRIORI DISTRIBUTION

Passionflower Bitters are for relaxation and refreshment. They are an herbal and floral extract that brightens cocktails, as well as any other food and beverage item you can think of. They contain a slurry of relaxing, anti-inflammatory, and immune boosting herbs. Passionflower, Turmeric, Ginger, Valerian Root, Hops, Echinacea, Chamomile, Violet Leaf... These are all highly mind-focusing, and calming without any sort of drowsiness. We extract bitterness from Wormwood, brightness from Lemon and Lime peel, and savory creaminess from whole roasted Turmeric. To round it out, we add Vermouth made by Sutton Cellars in San Francisco. This bottle of bitters is destined for shaken cocktails (cocktails that utilize citrus or other thick ingredients that need vigorous shaking and aeration), light baked goods with nuts or citrus, iced tea, vinaigrettes, and of course a simple glass of soda water.

Best uses: 

  • Dry Manhattans: 1.5 oz rye, 1 oz dry vermouth, 3 sleeves Passionflower Bitters
  • Old Fashioned Cocktails made with rum and Scotch
  • Iced tea, specifically green, white, and anything herbal
  • The acidity (apple cider vinegar, ginger, and vermouth) and bitterness makes bad beer taste amazing, and great beer taste quite interesting. Just add a few sleeves.
  • Add to vinaigrettes or directly on top of balanced and bright salads

Below photo by Jessye Herrell

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