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Dr Adam Elmegirab's Boker's Bitters

(10cl, 31.5%)

Dr Adam Elmegirab's Boker's Bitters

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Dr Adam Boker's Bitters Bottling Note

These were created in 1828 by John G Boker. They became very popular in New York and they were synonymous with the "golden age" of cocktail making. They were used throughout Jerry Thomas's book "How to Mix Drinks or The Bon Vivant's Companion" famously known as the first bartender's guide.

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Dr Adam Elmegirab's Boker's Bitters Reviews

The original cocktail bitters, reborn

It’s wonderful to have an accessible interpretation of the original cocktail bitters. These are excellent in pre-Prohibition cocktails: a good bitterness, with a warm clove note on top.

Do not expect something as versatile as Angostura, but when a cocktail calls for a bitter note, Dr Adam’s Boker’s Bitters are just the thing!

14th April 2022


Really nice tasting addition to a cocktail or a gin or vodka.

4th February 2020


I wouldn’t buy these

20th January 2020

A taste of history

Original and the best.

11th March 2019

Well worth having

These are lighter than Angostura (not a bad thing) & well worth a look - make a great Old Fashioned with lemon & orange twists.

29th September 2016

more complex

Did a bitter tasting and this clearly won. Much more complex and pleasant than other bitters in our tasting. And the bitter flavor is pleasant.

22nd July 2015

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