In the Jamaican #1 bitters you will find robust Jamaican spice overtones, with hints of ginger and black pepper. These are extremely powerful and fragrant, somewhat like an Allspice Dram. Being the most spice forward bitters, Jamaican #1 can be used in baking, marinades, and dressings.
With what kind of alcohol? Rum, rum, rum, hot cocktails and punches. Jamaican #1 bitters can also be used in tiki cocktails, based on Falernum syrup, for example.
Bittercube was founded by Nicholas Kosevich and Ira Koplowitz in Madison, in 2009. Nick and Ira began developing bitters before Bittercube was formed and brought their ideas, techniques and recipes together. For nearly a year, the duo formulated, tweaked and refined their recipes and the large lineup of Bittercube Bitters was born. They also came up with some bar accessories. Bittercube Bitters are developed in Milwaukee, WI and created in Madison, WI, using spirits from Yahara Bay Distillers, where all aspects of production are completed.
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|Country of origin||U.S.A.|
|Flavour profile||Spiced, Bitter|
|Matching spirit||Gin, Dark Rum, Bourbon, Scotch, Whisky, Vodka, Sparkling Wine, Mezcal, Herbal Liquor, Bitter Liquor|
|Related cocktails||Old Fashioned, Tiki, Sours, Tom Collins, Moscow mule, Fizz, French 75, Dark 'n' Stormy, Cuba Libre, Last Word, Hot Toddies and Grogs|