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The Bitter Truth Spiced Chocolate
£15.99



New bitters for a new era of cocktails. Tall, dark and although not necessarily handsome, most definitely rich: with cocoa butter and dark chocolate to entice the nose, hints of vanilla, cinnamon and bitter tones of gentian and wormwood elicit the palate.

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It was in 2006 when Munich bartenders Stephan Berg and Alexander Hauck gave birth to the idea of producing and distributing cocktail bitters, as they were hard to find in Germany and of inferior quality. Both of them had already gained a considerable amount of experience in producing handmade cocktail bitters for the bars they were working at. In addition, Stephan owned a large collection of current and historical bitters, some of which hadn‰ЫЄt been produced for decades. Thus, he knew how the most well-known bitters of the world tasted and was considered a specialist in this area.

Their criteria for the choice of flavors was mainly provided by old cocktail recipes that could no longer be mixed true to the original because one crucial ingredient had been missing ‰ЫТ the correct bitters.

In August 2006, the first products from The Bitter Truth were released: an Orange Bitters and an Old Time Aromatic Bitters. Shortly after that, a Lemon Bitters was released. Since then additional flavors have been added to the range: Jerry Thomas Bitters, Creole Bitters, Celery Bitters, Grapefruit Bitters, Chocolate Bitters, Tonic Bitters, Peach Bitters and Cucumber Bitters.

New bitters for a new era of cocktails. Tall, dark and although not necessarily handsome, most definitely rich: with cocoa butter and dark chocolate to entice the nose, hints of vanilla, cinnamon and bitter tones of gentian and wormwood elicit the palate.

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Name The Bitter Truth Spiced Chocolate
Country Germany
Region n/a
ABV% 44%
Size 200ml
Dietary Information No
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