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Fee Brothers Rhubarb Bitters

(15cl, 4.5%)

Fee Brothers Rhubarb Bitters

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Fee Bros Rhubarb Bottling Note

Very unusual indeed - Rhubarb bitters. Made by Fee Brothers, they have a complex medicinal, rhubarb flavour with hints of cherry.

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Fee Brothers Rhubarb Bitters Reviews

Idiosyncratic Bitters for the Mixologist

I've enjoyed experimenting with these bitters. They are in a similar category to Fee's plum bitters. Good with a rye Manhattan, and I like them to spice up cocktails like the classic Salome (equal parts gin, Dubonnet, dry vermouth).

10th April 2021

Idiosyncratic Mixologist Bitters

I've enjoyed experimenting with these bitters. They are in a similar category to Fee's plum bitters. Good with a rye Manhattan, and I like them to spice up cocktails like the classic Salome (equal parts gin, Dubonnet, dry vermouth).

10th April 2021

Really not great.

Horrible. I was very surprised. Tastes like very false. Not getting much of a bitters taste at all. Had to throw away as it's not going anywhere near another cocktail.

15th December 2020

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