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Awkward Pause | The Cocktail Chronicles

Dec 31, 2013 | Say something

The newbie in my house now is Bittermens Citron Sauvage liqueur. I’ve long been a fan of the products from Avery & Janet Glasser – I was evangelizing about their bitters long before they were commercially available, and continue to be impressed by everything of theirs I’ve tasted – and, as someone who thinks the … read more

Ready, Fire Aim from Steve Schneider of Employees Only

Dec 31, 2013 | Say something

This week we highlight one of EO’s prize-winning cocktails, the “Ready, Fire, Aim”. Named after a military term meaning ‘Act Before Thinking’. It may look sweet and pink and served in a glass called a coupe which was modeled after Marie Antoinette’s breast, this appetizing spring cocktail packs a spicy fragrant punch. via Limité Ultimate … read more

The Nine Secret Weapons of the Country’s Best Bartenders

Dec 31, 2013 | Say something

From GQ Magazine: Bittermens Orange Cream and Citrate Bobby Heugel Anvil Bar & Refuge, Houston “This is a nobler cream-soda flavor for your cocktail. It’s a great way to infuse the brightness that would usually come from orange bitters, but the citrate does it without, well, the bitterness.” The Nine Secret Weapons of the Country’s Best … read more

Cel-Ray Soda Grabs New Fans – Forward.com

Aug 12, 2012 | Say something

Leah Koenig reminisces about Dr. Browns Cel-Ray soda in the Daily Forward and showcases a pair of new products inspired by the classic beverage – including our Orchard Street Celery Shrub. Bittermens co-owner Avery Glasser told me that customers have been using Bittermens’ aromatic mix of celery, ginger, apple, caraway and apple cider vinegar to … read more

Bittermens Receives American Treasures Award

Jun 5, 2012 | Say something

June 5, 2012 Brooklyn, NY 2012 American Treasures Award Winner: Bittermens Bittermens today announces that it is the recipient of the prestigious 2012 American Treasures Award. The award will be presented at the annual Take Pride in America celebration held at the United States Capitol on July 4, 2012. Bittermens is being recognized for making … read more

Bittermens’ Janet Glasser on Bitter Liqueurs

Apr 15, 2012 | Say something

Janet was recently interviewed for the Village Voice’s Fork in the Road blog. Alexia Nader writes: “After trying Bittermens gentian liqueur in the Shanty‘s Sauvetage cocktail, we decided to check out Bittermens Spirits, a Brooklyn-based company that specializes in bitter and herbal liqueurs. We found that its products have been embraced by some of the city’s top bars, … read more

Mix drinks like a pro with Bittermens extracts and bitters

Feb 28, 2012 | Say something

Bittermens was featured in the Dallas Morning News: “A few drops of Bittermens flavored bitters or extracts lend zing to otherwise ordinary cocktails. Made in Brooklyn, N.Y., this artisanal product is new to Dallas.  …slip a few drops of the Xocolatl Mole bitters into a margarita, a Manhattan or an Old-Fashioned; add the Hopped Grapefruit … read more

Bittermens Featured on Gizmodo.com

Jan 23, 2012 | Say something

Bittermens was featured on Gizmodo, in an excellent article on bitters and cocktails written by Brent Rose for their weekly booze column “Happy Hour.” “So, your home bar is obviously not complete without bitters. If you’re just starting a bitters collection, from Bittermens, Teague recommends the Hopped Grapefruit to go with light spirits (vodka, gin, etc) and … read more

Amor y Amargo: From Bitters Builders, a Bar

Jan 19, 2012 | Say something

Bittermens and Amor y Amargo were featured in Edible Manhattan’s “The Alcohol Issue” (Jan-Feb 2012) (click to enlarge): “Of course, all their products are behind the bar at Amor y Amargo (which translates as ‘Love and Bitters’). The most popular drink on the menu is the house Gin & Tonic, made with their quinine-laced Commonwealth … read more

Bittermens Profiled in Edible Brooklyn

Dec 28, 2011 | Say something

Avery and Janet were recently interviewed by Kara Newman for an article in Edible Brooklyn magazine (click to enlarge): The article can also be found online at Edible Brooklyn’s website: To Steep, Perchance to Dream.