A cocktail flavoring patterned after Boonekamp of Magbitter, which originated in Leidschendam, Flanders in 1815. Aromatic, spicy and mildly licorice-like, it was to become the most popular digestive throughout Holland and Germany. In the saloons of 1890s San Francisco, its use was de rigueur in a "gin and bitters". Our concentrated Boonekamp Bitters can also be used for the preparation of present-day cocktails and shooters popular in Europe, such as Guido's Cocktail, Shot-In-The-Knee, and Meine Rettung (My Salvation).         20 botanical ingredients        Introduced May 2012
San Francisco Cocktail Bitters are available in 5 fl oz bottles with "dash" control
A cocktail flavoring with a pungent ginger profile similar to the original Jamaica Ginger Extract which was produced in America from the late 1800s into Prohibition. It was used in the production of "Ginger Jake" during Prohibition, a product which also included a toxic ingredient. This triggered the demise of Jamaica Ginger Extract itself. It was formerly used in such cocktails as the Jamaica Ginger, the Hot Deck, and the Here's How.   Alcohol 50% vol. 
11 botanical ingredients     Introduced May 2012
A cocktail flavoring with a profile similar to Green Chartreuse® Liqueur. A concentrated, economical replacement which is unsweetened, allowing for greater control over the sweetness level in cocktails. One teaspoon Green Carthusian Bitters approximates the unsweetened flavor of one ounce Green Chartreuse® liqueur. Use in classic cocktails like the Emerald, the Green Ghost, the Hague, Champs Elysées, Katinka, and numerous other drinks.​
20 botanical ingredients     Introduced Feb 2013

A cocktail flavoring patterned after the original Litthauer Stomach Bitters, which originated in Berlin in 1864. It was introduced into America some years later, packaged in an opaque white glass "case gin" bottle. Widely distributed and successful, it was produced until the early years of the 20th century. Our Litthauer Bitters is extremely aromatic with a bold, complex profile which closely approximates that of the original. For use in cocktails wherever aromatic bitters are called for..
15 botanical ingredients    ​​Introduced Apr 2016
A cocktail flavoring patterned after the original violet-flavored Crème Yvette®, which was first produced in the 1890s in Connecticut. Its name was a tribute to the American popularity of French chanteuse Yvette Guilbert. During the mid 1900s the liqueur was featured in various cocktails, including the popular Blue Moon. Our unsweetened Violette Bitters can be used in various drinks calling for Crème Yvette®.
9 botanical ingredients     Introduced Oct 2015 

A concentrated, unsweetened cocktail flavoring patterned after Alkermes di Firenze, which was originally produced at the pharmacy of Santa Maria Novella in Florence at the time of the Medici Family. It was flavored with spices and floral waters. Our Alchermes Bitters can be used to add a typical Italian dessert flavor to after-dinner cocktails. It can also be used to flavor Tuscan style desserts such as Zuppa Inglese, the Italian version of English Trifle. 
6 botanical ingredients     Introduced Feb 2015