Aromatic

How to Make Bitters

Bitters have been popular in Europe for hundreds of years, but in North America, they haven't quite stayed as popular since the introduction of refined sugar. However, there seems to be a rekindled interest in bitter liqueurs and cocktail bitters. This could partially be caused by the Jagermeister shot phenomenon. Or, it could be that people just get bored and need to try new things. Either… [Continue]

Old Bitter Labels

Bitters are big business in the cocktail world and historically a cocktail wasn't a cocktail without bitters, so it only makes sense. We often associate bitters with bars because of the cocktail, but the reality is that bitters were most likely sourced from the local pharmacy prior to prohibition. Even when bartenders were making thier own bitters, they probably sourced the ingredients from… [Continue]

follow on twitterFollow Art of Drink on Twitter

Twitter Updates

RT @smultronanja: Everything in food is science. The only subjective part is when you eat it. @altonbrown instagram.com/p/r5gCgkkxzx/
Using a fruit press to extract honey. :: drnk.ca/1Bzk9jd #photo
@ryanfeeley the kit is because people like to try the Acid Phosphate as well, so I bundle and discount.
@ryanfeeley you can also get the bitters at BYOB in Toronto on Queen Street. (saves shipping)
.@ryanfeeley the Abbott's bitters are excellent. Not sold out yet, but getting closer. Available here: drnk.ca/abbottsbitters
"A Whisky Lover's Obsession. Finding whiskies that hold their value" drnk.ca/1rfadZN via @BBC