Unique even by Bitters, Old Men Standards but lots of potential in a smalll bottle.
“Chartreuse, the only liqueur so good they named a color after it.” – Quentin Tarantino, Death Proof
A kinder, gentler, chartreuse, worth a try. Sweeter and more honeyed than it’s older sibling.
Not as multi textured as some of the previous releases. Heavy on the cinnamon with little whiskey influence.
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.
More cinnamon flavor forward than the previous releases – which is saying something.
Expensive for what it is. While it is well made, I personally find it expensive and maybe a little specialized a taste for wider use.
Very organic,uses organic grape alcohol base