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Bitter Bastards Juniper Bitters

(5cl, 40%)

Bitter Bastards Juniper Bitters

Unfortunately, we can't ship Bitter Bastards Juniper Bitters to the United States at the moment, but we've got some friends who can.

Bitter Bastards Juniper Bottling Note

The Bitter Bastards Juniper Bitters are made with rapid-maceration and centrifugal extraction in order to preserve the maximum amount of gorgeous, fresh flavours from the botanical. Also, centrifuges are awesome.

A couple dashes of these Juniper Bitters will give your Martini (or heck, any gin-based cocktail) a hearty kick of juniper-y goodness and depth. And again, just so we're clear, this was made with a centrifuge, and they are awesome.

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Bitter Bastards Juniper Bitters Reviews

no-alcohol G&T

needs 2 or 3 squirts but makes a convincing mock G&T with ice and lemon

26th January 2021

A quieter flavour than I'd supposed

This was less strongly flavoured than I'd imagined it would be. It's still very nice, and a very clear flavour on its own, but I think apt to be hard to spot – or at any rate, clearly identify – in a drink that is strongly-flavoured to begin with. I actually liked it quite a lot as an addition to a glass of sparkling water, and I'm suspecting that very quiet sorts of beverages may be its métier.

22nd May 2014

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