Bittered Sling Kensington Aromatic Bitters 12cl

Canadian Bitters • 12cl • 40%
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Bittered Sling Kensington Aromatic Bitters
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Distillery/Brand Bittered Sling

Bittered Sling Kensington

The latest brilliant bitters instalment from foodie/boozy Canadian duo Jonathan Chovancek and Lauren Mote, Bittered Sling’s Kensington Aromatic is amped up with resinous spice, rooty and citrus flavours for an intensely herbal concoction. Perfectly tasty in any cocktail that calls for ‘aromatic bitters’, but especially delicious with oak-matured spirits. Or, if you’re feeling adventurous, pop a few drops in your slow cooker and transform your dinner...

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Reviews for Bittered Sling Kensington Aromatic Bitters
Simply the best.
This may be the ultimate aromatic- like Ango on steroids and without the sugar, more dynamic and full spectrum spice. An amazing addition to my home bar.
Marc E , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Thank YOU - such a treat!
Try in a Penicillin, Milkshake or Lassi - outstanding! This is such a powerful and expressive aromatic bitters - super cool!
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
The only bitters you need for whisky. period.
These bitters do what they are supposed to - they're bitter, and add wonderful character and complexity to anything with whisky - the classic cure-all
megan , Canada
5 years ago
Give to enemies for Christmas
Really trying here. Got three bottles and am pretty disappointed. They all taste generally foul. I know a lot of muders were commited in Kensington, London... but must they be incarnate in flavour? Why do these bitters taste like death? One star because at least the name is cute.
Elizabeth , Canada
5 years ago