Not as multi textured as some of the previous releases. Heavy on the cinnamon with little whiskey influence.
Not our favorite year.
Not a favorite but very easy to find compared to the competition.
Well made product for a cheap price.
Decently made,excellent for the price, if a little light in flavor (which may not be a bad thing)
A fairly straightforward and lean celery bitters.
This product is the *only* cherry bitters commercially available in U.S.
More of a seasoning than a proper bitter.
The First Gin Barreled Aged Orange Bitters in Modern Times
Quite similar to the last release with a bit more gin and bitter orange – both good things!
A very interesting bitter , a bit pricier than their usual array of bitters but worth having.
Somewhat candylike grapefruit taste.
Decent if a touch light.
Not a fan of this one, but not full of artificial flavorings so points for that.
This particular bitters is a blend of various lemon oils, and also uses lemongrass.
I’m sorry but I just don’t get this one. Use a real lime or even one of hose plastic ones…
Another forgotten bitter brought back to life by the Brothers Fee
Overall I am not a fan of these
Actually contains real angostura bark unlike Angostura Brand Bitters.
This is part of the Fee Brothers water series which include jasmine,rose, and lavender.
This is one of the classic flavors of bitters widely used in a proper cocktail.
Only plum bitters commercially available that we know of.
Not a fan of this one.
Not as intense as some but a delicate rose smell
Has been compared to St Joseph’s Orange Flavored Baby Aspirin by detractors.
This is possibly their most bold yet harmonious blend of the series.
One of the few Angostura bark containing bitters out there in the US market.
The first batch, aged in Jack Daniels Barrels
The first Jack Daniels barrel aged bitters
One of their better vintage years for this bitter.