The best bartenders and master-Mixologists know the secret to a happy customer is the magic that goes into every creation. That's why they choose Fee Brothers.
Many of their bitter recipes were developed during the era of American prohibition and they are one of the only big brands of bitters that is not alcohol-based (though they do still contain small amounts of alcohol – around 5%).
For great tasting cocktails, Don't Squeeze. Use Fee's.
Aztec Chocolate Bitters
Ancient Aztecs would celebrate with a bitter beverage made of cacao beans, peppers and spices. Use a few dashes of Fee's Aztec Chocolate Bitters to expand the flavour of cocktails.
Cardamom Bitters Boker's Style
Boker's style Cardamom Bitters is an essential ingredient for many Pre-Prohibition vintage cocktails.
Use a few dashes of Fee's Grapefruit Bitters to add an interesting background flavour to your cocktails.
Combines the bright flavour of Lime with the botanicals often found in gin. A lovely addition to your summer cocktails.
Old Fashion Aromatic Bitters
A few dashes add a savoury zest to a huge variety of drinks and foods. This highly aromatic product is blended from the finest ingredients from around the world.
Using flavours available in 1800's America, Fee Brothers developed Rhubarb Bitters for an authentic historical taste.
Toasted Almond Bitters Perfect for tropical tiki-styled drinks, or to add a boost of flavour to Amaretto and coffee flavoured cocktails.
West Indian Orange Bitters The fine flavour of this product is obtained principally from the skins of oranges grown in the West Indies.
- Molasses Bitters Blackstrap is the darkest molasses left once all sugar has been extracted from sugar cane. Fee Brothers has combined this robust molasses flavor with nutmeg and coffee for a historical Caribbean taste.