Bittered Sling Plum & Rootbeer Bitters 12cl

Canadian Bitters • 12cl • 40%
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Bittered Sling Plum & Rootbeer Bitters
In stock, get it Wed 17th

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Bittered Sling Rootbeer

Delicious Canadian bitters made by chef Jonathan Chovancek and mixologist/sommelier Lauren Mote. This plum and rootbeer blend does exactly what it says on the tin: a balance of sweet and savoury that adds zing to a Mai Tai or Tom Collins. Delicious with Cognac-based serves, too.

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Reviews for Bittered Sling Plum & Rootbeer Bitters
the secret (and SIMPLE) twist to all dark spirit classic cocktails!
Finally - an interesting aromatic bitters to replace the standard - for those who like a simple classic cocktail at home with a twist, the plum & rootbeer does the job - your favourite rum, sugar and these bitters - nuff said. just delightful.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Island bitters - the new tiki fix!
Island bitters - so perfect in a tiki cocktail like a mai tai, daiquiri or zombie - this is my go-to for an old fashioned with dark sugar and high quality bourbon. no wonder it's always sold out in Canada....
megan , Canada
5 years ago
Ouch-Don’t do it.
Question: What’s better than a flavour of your favourite childhood soda being embodied in a bitter? Answer: the feeling of someone kicking you in the groin because this Bottle of Bitters tasted more like an over the counter cough strip than any of the bitters I’ve ever used in my life. Root beer is universally liked- hard to mess up. Even cheap chapstick companies can translate the flavour through their products and those aren’t meant for consuming. How did this bitters get on the market? I tried to give this brand a chance. We even tried other flavours, including the cherry one- again, another flavour favourite. Think again. Not sure who’s behind the flavouring for this brand but maybe it’s time to rethink putting cough syrup in bitter bottles. Was hoping for more!
Elizabeth , Canada
5 years ago