Bitters On The Edge

We’ve outlined six unique ways to use the concentrated flavors of bitters in the kitchen and the bar- steering away from the typical cocktail flavoring application. From hair-of-the-dogs to gourmet cooking, we show you how to incorporate bitters into your everyday routines.
Zestier Meat

Zestier Meat

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Season meats with bitters! Swap in classic aromatic bitters (or try something exotic like |The Bitter Truth's Olive Bitters|) for Worcestershire sauce on steaks, lamb, or pork chops. Dash aromatic bitters liberally onto meat and generously season with salt and pepper before grilling, roasting, or searing.

Assertive Whipped Cream

Assertive Whipped Cream

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Take creamy peaks to new heights! Dash a few drops of bitters to heavy cream before whipping (we like using |The Bitter Truth's Drops and Dashes Root Bitters|). The herbal kick of bitters spices up whipped cream creating a sophisticated topper for coffee or desserts.

Brazen Bitters and Soda

Brazen Bitters and Soda

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The perfect hangover cure and most fashionable Designated Driver Drink is as simple as it sounds. There are endless delicious combinations from classic aromatic bitters with mineral water to lemon-lime soda with grapefruit bitters

Feistier Fruit Salads

Feistier Fruit Salads

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Bitters elevate and compliment almost anything sweet and fresh fruit is no exception. Try tossing freshly sliced fruit with a few dashes of aromatic bitters, honey and fresh mint for an exciting take on a summer classic.

Bold Baking

Bold Baking

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Bitters make a great substitute for vanilla or other extracts. Frostings, cakes, waffles, and pies become better balanced and more complex with a scant portion of bitters. Try |Weatherby's Orange Saffron Bitters| in Scones, |The Bitter Truth Drops and Dashes Nut Bitters | or in chocolate chip cookies

Award-Winning Dashers

Award-Winning Dashers

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See all of the winners of The Bitter Battle cocktail bitters competition here. For all you 'old-fashioned'-types we've got a classic cocktail to try at home with gold-medal-winning |The Bitter Truth Drops and Dashes Nut Bitters|.

Nutty Old Fashioned
2 oz. Bourbon or Rye
¼ oz. Demerara Syrup (2:1 ratio sugar to water)
2 dashes The Bitter Truth Drops and Dashes Nut Bitters

Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass and stir with ice to chill and dilute.
Strain into a rocks glass filled with fresh ice and garnish with an orange twist.

Zestier Meat
Assertive Whipped Cream
Brazen Bitters and Soda
Feistier Fruit Salads
Bold Baking
Award-Winning Dashers
Bitters On The Edge
We’ve outlined six unique ways to use the concentrated flavors of bitters in the kitchen and the bar- steering away from the typical cocktail flavoring application. From hair-of-the-dogs to gourmet cooking, we show you how to incorporate bitters into your everyday routines.

Zestier Meat

Zestier Meat
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
Season meats with bitters! Swap in classic aromatic bitters (or try something exotic like |The Bitter Truth's Olive Bitters|) for Worcestershire sauce on steaks, lamb, or pork chops. Dash aromatic bitters liberally onto meat and generously season with salt and pepper before grilling, roasting, or searing.

Assertive Whipped Cream

Assertive Whipped Cream
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
Take creamy peaks to new heights! Dash a few drops of bitters to heavy cream before whipping (we like using |The Bitter Truth's Drops and Dashes Root Bitters|). The herbal kick of bitters spices up whipped cream creating a sophisticated topper for coffee or desserts.

Brazen Bitters and Soda

Brazen Bitters and Soda
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
The perfect hangover cure and most fashionable Designated Driver Drink is as simple as it sounds. There are endless delicious combinations from classic aromatic bitters with mineral water to lemon-lime soda with grapefruit bitters

Feistier Fruit Salads

Feistier Fruit Salads
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
Bitters elevate and compliment almost anything sweet and fresh fruit is no exception. Try tossing freshly sliced fruit with a few dashes of aromatic bitters, honey and fresh mint for an exciting take on a summer classic.

Bold Baking

Bold Baking
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
Bitters make a great substitute for vanilla or other extracts. Frostings, cakes, waffles, and pies become better balanced and more complex with a scant portion of bitters. Try |Weatherby's Orange Saffron Bitters| in Scones, |The Bitter Truth Drops and Dashes Nut Bitters | or in chocolate chip cookies

Award-Winning Dashers

Award-Winning Dashers
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
See all of the winners of The Bitter Battle cocktail bitters competition here. For all you 'old-fashioned'-types we've got a classic cocktail to try at home with gold-medal-winning |The Bitter Truth Drops and Dashes Nut Bitters|.

Nutty Old Fashioned
2 oz. Bourbon or Rye
¼ oz. Demerara Syrup (2:1 ratio sugar to water)
2 dashes The Bitter Truth Drops and Dashes Nut Bitters

Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass and stir with ice to chill and dilute.
Strain into a rocks glass filled with fresh ice and garnish with an orange twist.