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This surprising cocktail ingredient will lend an unusual zip to your next craft cocktail creation.
Freshly emptied oak whiskey barrels from America’s best distillers, interiors charred and soaked with aged whiskey, are used by Fee Brothers to age aromatic bitters. Savor the result of the mingling of these great flavors.
The fine flavor of this product is obtained principally from the skins of oranges grown in the West Indies.
This is a very popular product for Fee Brothers. It is the powdered form of our sour mix. Frankly, we feel we make the finest sour mix on the market, bar none. We are willing to prove it to your taste buds.
Use the historic taste of Fee Brothers Rose water in your next cocktail creation to develop a depth of flavor and bouquet.
Fee Brothers Plum Bitters is a fruity blend of plum and spices, reminiscent of the flavor of British plum pudding. Add a few dashes to recipes to create new depths of flavor.
An almond flavored milky-white syrup. The key ingredient in many Polynesian drinks such as a Mai Tai.
Olive Brine has been used for some time in making a Dirty Martini. Fee Brothers makes Olive Brine from the actual brine created when processing green olives. It is filtered just enough to leave olive solids which provide that characteristic Dirty Martini cloud and the pleasant taste of a green olive.
A few dashes add a savory zest to a huge variety of drinks and foods. This highly aromatic product is blended from the finest ingredients from around the world.
Blackstrap is the darkest molasses left once all sugar has been extracted from sugar cane. Fee Brothers has combined this robust molasses flavor with nutmeg and coffee for a historical Caribbean taste.
Use a few dashes of Fee’s Lemon Bitters to add an interesting background flavor to your cocktails.