Southern-Inspired Cocktail Syrups
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Here’s how to make a very good cocktail: Start with excellent mixers, add booze, and shake. Bittermilk is a Charleston company, started by bartenders, making Southern-inspired cocktail syrups and mixers. This set includes three cocktail syrups:
Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Fashioned: Strong and bittersweet, packed with old fashioned spices with bittering agents of cinchona bark and gentian root. Aged in Willett bourbon barrels for 30 days. One part mixer, 4 parts rye whiskey.
New Orleans Style Old Fashioned Rouge: Strong and smoky with notes of citrus and honey and bittering agent of orange peel. Shake equal parts mixer and bourbon with lots of ice.
Smoked Whiskey Sour: Strong and bittersweet with licorice and spice and bittering agents of wormwood and gentian root. Aged in Willett Family Reserve rye barrels. Stir one part mixer to 4 parts rye.
Photography by James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Fashioned: Florida Golden Cane Sugar, Burnt Cane Sugar, Water, Fresh Orange Peel, Spices, Organic Gentian Root, Cinchona Bark, Tartaric Acid. Gluten free.
New Orleans Style Old Fashioned Rouge: Fresh Lemon Juice, Water, Florida Golden Cane Sugar, Natural Extract of Elderflower and Elderberry, Centennial Hops. Gluten free.
Smoked Whiskey Sour: Fresh Lemon Juice, Water, Bourbon Barrel Smoked Georgia Honey, Florida Golden Cane Sugar, Fresh Orange Peel. Gluten free.
Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Fashioned: 8 Ounces
New Orleans Style Old Fashioned Rouge: 8 Ounces
Smoked Whiskey Sour: 17 ounces.
Care & Notes -
Refrigerate syrups after opening. Best if consumed within 1 year.
Meet the Maker
North Charleston, SC
For years, the husband-and-wife duo behind Bittermilk worked in the restaurant and bar industry—and then decided they wanted to put their expertise towards creating cocktail mixers that simplify the making of craft drinks at home. Lucky us!View Full Profile
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