Fee Brothers Orange Bitters - 15cl
Cocktail bitters with roots in prohibition.
Fee Brothers Orange Bitters, which are also known as West Indian Orange Bitters, are ideal for preparing long drinks and some cocktails. These are made with the flavors of orange zest that come from the West Indies.
A bitter, which is also called a cocktail bitter, is an alcoholic spice for a mixed drink. This can also be used as an aperitif. Fee Brothers Bitters from Rochester, New York, USA, are one of the best-known brands.
It all began in 1863 with the opening of a small delicatessen shop that later also sold cocktail bitters and liqueurs. After numerous moving years in which the generation change at Fee Brothers took place, the averting of prohibition by the production of altar wines and the distribution of sets for the legal production of house wine, the loss of thousands of gallons of good bitters and wine (which were poured into a river because the company would have ruined a taxation), more than 100 spirits are produced by Fee Brothers, headed by Joe and Ellen Fee, currently in the fourth generation.
Orange Bitters has been part of the company's range since the mid-1950s.
Bottle content: 15cl
Alcohol content: 9%
Country of origin: United States
Canton / Region: Rochester, New York
Type: Cocktail Bitter
Application: For the preparation of long drinks and cocktails