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Fee Brothers Whiskey Barrel-Aged Bitters

Cinnamon and traces of citrus, herbs, and whiskey.

Quick Overview:

Dark red bark color. The bitter bark zest is quite pronounced here as is the whiskey notes picked up via the aging process. The flavor is big but not too big which renders these bitters fantastic for any application which calls simply for "bitters."

Quick Facts

Origin: USA, New York
Unit Size: 5 oz.

The Flavor Experience

Fee's is on their 8th batch of whiskey barrel aged bitter since it's inception in 2008. Each batch is slightly different year over year and it's smart to grab a fresh bottle each year as the differences are subtle yet noticeable. Fee ages these angostura bark heavy 'old fashioned' bitters in any of 32 Maker's Mark barrels.

The Story

Fee Bros. got their start way back in 1835 when Irish immigrant, Owen Fee first set foot on American soil. By 1847, Owen had opened a butcher shop which would eventually grow into a saloon and delicatessen in 1863. In the century that followed, Owen's sons, the original Fee Brothers, and eventually Owen's grandsons, would continue to make, import, and distribute booze before finally dropping alcoholic beverages altogether in favor of flavorings and syrups for cocktails. The Skinny on Fee's Bitters: During Prohibition, many folks as well as speakeasies made homemade liquor. Though this homemade liquor delivered the desired medicinal effects, getting it past the teeth was entirely a chore. The Fees developed their bitters and cordial syrup to make homemade booze more palatable.

Usage Tips

Not just perfect for a Martini or Manhattan but for cooking and baking as well.

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Product Description

Dark red bark color. The bitter bark zest is quite pronounced here as is the whiskey notes picked up via the aging process. The flavor is big but not too big which renders these bitters fantastic for any application which calls simply for "bitters."

Quick Facts

Origin: USA, New York
Unit Size: 5 oz.

The Flavor Experience

Fee's is on their 8th batch of whiskey barrel aged bitter since it's inception in 2008. Each batch is slightly different year over year and it's smart to grab a fresh bottle each year as the differences are subtle yet noticeable. Fee ages these angostura bark heavy 'old fashioned' bitters in any of 32 Maker's Mark barrels.

The Story

Fee Bros. got their start way back in 1835 when Irish immigrant, Owen Fee first set foot on American soil. By 1847, Owen had opened a butcher shop which would eventually grow into a saloon and delicatessen in 1863. In the century that followed, Owen's sons, the original Fee Brothers, and eventually Owen's grandsons, would continue to make, import, and distribute booze before finally dropping alcoholic beverages altogether in favor of flavorings and syrups for cocktails. The Skinny on Fee's Bitters: During Prohibition, many folks as well as speakeasies made homemade liquor. Though this homemade liquor delivered the desired medicinal effects, getting it past the teeth was entirely a chore. The Fees developed their bitters and cordial syrup to make homemade booze more palatable.

Usage Tips

Not just perfect for a Martini or Manhattan but for cooking and baking as well.

SKU: FEE036P

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  1. Very Smoothe
    5

    Posted by Dave Vinci on 19th Dec 2020

    Very smoothe and tasty. I have been using them in Manhattens and I don't know if I can go back to regular bitters ever.

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