Some 150 years ago, bitters were booming, with countless makers offering their concoctions to support the uniquely American cocktail culture. Prohibition brought it all to a screeching halt. As recently as 2004, there were only 3 brands of bitters available commercially.
Today, a resurrection of the craft cocktail movement means an explosion of brands on the market, and we’re curating them to help you level up your home bar!
Addition | Amargo Chuncho | Angostura | Bar Daddy | BG Reynolds | Bittercube | Bittermens | Bittermilk | Bitters Lab | Bob’s Bitters | Dale DeGroff’s | Dashfire Bitters | Dr. Adam Elmegirab’s | Fee Brothers | High Mesa Chile Co | King Floyd’s | Luxardo | Mister Bitters | Peychaud’s | Raft Syrups | Regans’ | Scrappy’s | Som | The Bitter Housewife | Underberg | Wonderfoam | Workhorse Rye
Australia | England | France | Germany | Italy | Peru | Scotland | Trinidad & Tobago | United States
Beer | Bourbon | Brandy | Chartreuse | Cider | Cognac | Fortified Wine | Gin | Mezcal | Pisco | Rum | Rye | Sake | Scotch | Sherry | Sparkling Wine | Tequila | Vermouth | Vodka | Whiskey | White Wine
Baking | Cooking | Vinaigrettes
Coffee | Cola | Ginger Beer | Iced Tea | Milk and Sugar | Tea