Cocktail Mixers by Bittermilk

$15.00

STORY

A winner in the 2013 Made in the South Awards, Charleston-based Bittermilk is a line of mixers made for cocktail enthusiasts by bartenders using real ingredients.

Choose from
Compound #1 - Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Fashioned
Compound #2 - Tom Collins with Elderflower & Hops
Compound #3 - Smoked Honey Whiskey Sour
Compound #4 - New Orleans Style Old Fashioned Rouge
Compound #5 - Charred Grapefruit Tonic with Bulls Bay Salt
Compound #6 - Oaxacan Old Fashioned

Bittermilk No. 1 - Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Fashioned
  • Bittermilk recreated this gentleman's cocktail by using classic bittering agents like gentian root and cinchona bark along with burnt sugar, spices and a bit of orange peel.
  • 8.5 fl. oz.

Bittermilk No. 2 - Tom Collins with Elderflowers & Hops
  • Not just your grandmother's Tom Collins. This refreshing Collins pairs floral and citrus notes with Centennial hops as the bittering agent.
  • 17 fl. oz.

Bittermilk No. 3 - Smoked Honey Whiskey Sour
  • An old classic is revived by smoking honey over bourbon barrel staves. Bitter orange peel and lemon make for a slightly tart and smoky cocktail. Honey adds a nice frothy head when shaken vigorously.
  • 17 fl. oz.

Bittermilk No. 4 - The Old Fashioned Rouge
  • Strong and bittersweet, this craft cocktail compound is packed with licorice and spice, while worm word, fennel, and gentian root imply flavors of absinthe and bitters.
  • 8.5 fl. oz.

Bittermilk No. 5 - Charred Grapefruit Tonic with Bulls Bay Sea Salt
  • No. 5 combines lime and lemon juice with cinchona bark, the source of quinine for tonic. Fresh peeled grapefruit is charred to bring out the bitter yet refreshing notes. A bit of local Bulls Bay Saltworks sea salt helps pull savory caramel notes and rounds out flavor.
  • 17 fl. oz.

Bittermilk No. 6 - Oaxacan Old Fashioned
  • Pronounced “weh-HAH-ken,” No. 6 is a celebration of the flavors of Oaxaca, Mexico—dried Mexican chilies, cocoa nibs and spices, sweetened with raisins and aged with cocoa husks from French Broad Chocolates in Asheville, NC. The Oaxacan is best mixed with mezcal, the source of inspiration for this mixer.
  • 8.5 fl. oz.