A variation or line extension of one of the best known bitters in the United States.
An amusing piece of whimsy to dress up a drink and help people keep track of which drink is theirs. Make a great gift for or a drinks enthusiast, cat fans, or a warning
Little Red Plastic Cocktail Demons to hang off your drink.
Cocktail Monkeys that come in four different bright colors.
An amusing book, but who would trust a baby to mix you a decent cocktail ?
A very unique and idiosyncratic bitter that is fun to play with.
A brighter more distinct Angustora with a whisper of Peychauds
Nicely balanced and only papaya bitter we know of.
A well made and unique bitter that brings a lot to a drink without overwhelming it – delicate trick !
Serious smoked meat flavors
A great Angustura style bitters. Great in a Manhattan or similar drinks
A Iconic Pink Elephant for a cute little addition to your cocktail bauble collection.
A damn fine and manly soap even if they call it a conditioning beard wash so the hipsters will buy it. Works great everywhere and you can shave with it too .
A damn good, well made mustache comb made in the USA YEEHAW!
Damn fine and manly soap made with real Buffalo Trace Bourbon
Hard to decide which of their soaps I like better. Always been a big fan of beer, sandalwood, and bourbon . Both are worthy and worth buying.
Very decent attempt at a Kolsch for Dundee. Too light for my taste, but a good starter Kolsch
Decent slightly Irish style stout – as usual kind of a light version of the style.
If you had a bad day panhandling this might work for you.
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.
More of a seasoning than a proper bitter.
The First Gin Barreled Aged Orange Bitters in Modern Times
Somewhat candylike grapefruit taste.
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