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Cocktail Bitters

Creole Bitters

A Kitchen Spice Type of Aromatic Bitters

Creole equals flavorful, and these bitters are as unique as the culture it encapsulates. These bitters smell like a kitchen in the French Quarter.
The Bitter Truth Creole Bitters are reminiscent of a style of bitters dating back to an era before cocktails even existed. Back then, bitters were made by doctors and apothecaries, primarily for the use in liquid tonics and then eventually as an ingredient in alcoholic beverages.

The Bitter Truth Creole Bitters reflect the Creole way of life with all its beautiful complexity and spiciness. With the first taste, cayenne and pink peppercorns emerge, supported by anise, big red cinnamon, dusky caraway, and fennel seed. Fruit scents of dried apricots, cherries, and cranberries are mingling with the strong flavors of anise, smoked paprika, and hints of smoldering pine wood.

The vintage metallic label is hiding fiery anise, cherry red-colored liquid. Try it in your favorite Manhattan, Old Fashioned, French 75, or for that matter, any drink that could do with perking up. Put on a brass band march and get your feet moving!

Product Information: 39% Alcohol by Volume

Bitters & Waters

Creole Bitters

The Bitter Truth Creole Bitters erinnern an einen Stil von Bitters die bis zu einer Zeit zurückreicht in der Cocktails noch nicht einmal existierten. In damaliger Zeit wurden von Doktoren und Apothekern Kräuter- und Gewürzlösungen als Medizin vertrieben und diese fanden später Verwendung in alkoholischen Getränken.

The Bitter Truth Creole Bitters erweckt die Aromen der Original New Orleans Cocktail Bitters wieder zum Leben und reflektiert das Kreolische Lebensgefühl mit seiner wunderbaren Komplexität und Würze. „Creole Kitchen“ bedeutet intensive & reichhaltige Aromen und diese Bitters sind so einzigartig wie die Kultur deren Namen sie tragen.

The Bitter Truth Creole Bitters spiegelt die kreolische Lebensart in ihrer wundervollen Würze und Komplexität wider. Der Creole Bitters von intensiv roter Farbe, er ist sehr ausgewogen, bitter, süß und würzig. Fruchtige und florale Aromen vereinen sich entsprechend dem kreolischen Stil, mit würzigen Aromen, wie Fenchel, Anis und Kümmel. Dieser aromatische Cocktail Bitters lässt sich mit allen Spirituosen oder Likören zu ausgesprochen wohlschmeckenden Cocktails kombinieren.

Produktinformation: 39% Vol.

Bitters & Waters

Creole Bitters


比特储斯克里奥苦味酒同样美味,因其独特的文化内 涵而别具一格。杏脯、樱桃和蔓越莓的果香与浓郁 的大茴香、熏制辣椒味道以及淡淡的松木烟味交 织,闻起来有如法国区(French Quarter)的厨 房味道。入口之初感受到的是大茴香、大红肉桂、 香菜和茴香籽口感映衬下的辣椒与红 胡椒籽的味道。在法兰西75,或者其 他需要提味的饮品中加入本品,会让 你不禁想拉起手风琴,舞动起双脚!

规格: 200ml 酒精含量:39%。

Bitters & Waters

Creole Bitters

Bitter Criollo (Creole) de The Bitter Truth. Criollo es igual a sabroso, y este bitter es tan único como la cultura que encierra. Con esencias de fruta de albaricoques secos, cerezas y arándanos que se mezclan con los fuertes sabores de anís, pimentón ahumado y pizcas de madera de pino ahumado. Este bitter se asemeja a los olores de una cocina francesa. En la primera degustación sale a relucir el cayenne y los granos de pimienta rosa, favorecidos por el anís, la canela roja grande, la alcaravea oscura y la semilla de hinojo. ¡Agregue esto a un French 75, o a cualquier bebida que lo haga animarse, escuchar una banda de música y ponerse a bailar!

El bitter Criollo de The Bitter Truth es un recordatorio de un estilo de bitter que data de una era antes de que existieran incluso los cocteles. En aquellos tiempos, los bitters eran elaborados por doctores y boticarios, principalmente para el uso en tónicos líquidos y más adelante como ingrediente en bebidas alcohólicas. El bitter Criollo de The Bitter Truth refleja el estilo de vida criollo con toda su bella complejidad y picardía. Pruébelo en su Manhattan favorito.

Información del producto: 39% alcohol por volumen

Nutrition Facts

coloring yes
preservatives no
gluten no
allergens (EU-Guideline 2007/68EG) no
GMO (EG Nr. 834/2007) no
vegan/BSE/TSE no material of animal origin used
kosher classification no (considered pareve)
calories 7 kcal by serving size 2,5ml (1/2 tsp)
energy value 1149 kJ/100g
fat (fat-saturated) <0,1% (<0,01%)
carbohydrate (of which sugars) 0,94% (0,94%)
sodium <0,05%
protein 0,1%

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Tasting Notes

Bitter, sweet, and spicy. According to the traditional Creole style, fruity and floral aromas unite with the flavors of anise, caraway, and fennel.

The Bitter Truth makes some of the very finest bitters on the market; indeed, they’re an essential part of my tool-kit.

David Wondrich – author of „Imbibe!“ & „Punch“ USA

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Creole Cocktail

45 ml (1 1/2 oz) Cognac or Whiskey
10 ml (1/3 oz) Sugar Syrup (2:1 Sugar: Water)
2 dashes The Bitter Truth Creole Bitters
2 dashes Absinthe
Lemon Zest

Stir in mixing glass with ice and strain into a chilled rock or cocktail glass. Garnish with lemon zest.

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20 ml (2/3 oz) Bourbon Whiskey
10 ml (1/3 oz) Orange Liqueur
4 dashes The Bitter Truth Creole Bitters
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Orange Zest

Pour all ingredients, except champagne, into a chilled champagne glass, stir, and add cold champagne and stir again. Garnish with orange zest.

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Fourth Regiment Cocktail

30 ml (1 oz) Rye Whiskey
30 ml (1 oz) Sweet Red Vermouth
1 dash The Bitter Truth Orange Bitters
1 dash The Bitter Truth Creole Bitters
1 dash The Bitter Truth Celery Bitters
Lemon Zest

Stir all ingredients well with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with lemon zest.

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Creole Swizzle

(by Simon Köster)
30 ml (1 oz) Tiki Lovers Dark Rum
30 ml (1 oz) Tiki Lovers White Rum
30 ml (1 oz) fresh Lime Juice
20 ml (2/3 oz) The Bitter Truth Golden Falernum
10 ml (1/3 oz) Sugar Syrup (2:1 Sugar:Water)
7-8 large dashes of The Bitter Truth Creole Bitters
a handful of Mint Leaves

Place the mint at the bottom of a highball glass and carefully break the leaves and stems to release the oils. Add crushed ice and add all other ingredients (except bitters) and swizzle well. Sprinkle the bitters on top to create a 3 layer experience and garnish fancy.

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Murder by the Sea

(by Mr. Van Hagen)
50 ml (1 2/3 oz) Tiki Lovers White Rum
30 ml (1 oz) fresh Lemon Juice
20 ml (2/3 oz) Sugar Syrup (2:1 Sugar:Water)
1 barspoon The Bitter Truth Creole Bitters
pinch of Salt
8 ml (1/4 oz) Beetroot Juice
fresh Egg White (1/3)

Blend all the ingredients except the beetroot. Strain into a highball glass, fill with crushed ice, and float the beetroot juice. Garnish with seaweed and sea salt.

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