A variation or line extension of one of the best known bitters in the United States.
One of the best celery bitters out there.
For the money it adds a LOT of excellent, unique, nuanced flavor .
A delicate, thoughtful expression of a lemon bitter.
Lean but excellent orange bitters
Quite a bit different from the other Xocolatl bitters out there. LOTS of flavor
A very nice orange bitters with a aged whiskey base.
Think concentrated salty amaro and citrus
An amaro spice cake for your brown spirits
Rooty, spicy,,angustora, absinthe, grapefruit. Interesting if challenging.
The best and most faithful to Xocolatl Mole type bitter we have encountered so far
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 very interesting bitter that does a nice balancing act teasing out (slightly) sweet and citrus, vegetal, fruit, heat, and bitter in one package.
A well made and unique bitter that brings a lot to a drink without overwhelming it – delicate trick !
Serious smoked meat flavors
Unique even by Bitters, Old Men Standards but lots of potential in a smalll bottle.
A great Angustura style bitters. Great in a Manhattan or similar drinks
Beats Angostura hands down and costs less to use !
A well done citrus/bitter orange bitters.
Fun and odd, interesting in whiskey cocktails or club soda
Interesting, unusual old school bitters that are eel worth a try.
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.
More of a seasoning than a proper bitter.
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