Yes you have landed in the right place… if you surfed to Recipes4Cocktails.com… an informal guide to bitters and cocktail culture from the good people at Morningstar Artisan Foods.
We are Brokers of Artisan Foods along with being a premiere source of Bitters and Mixology Supplies so there’s all sorts of information on this site and as my old beach bum friend Big Charlie Adams used to say… more recipes than the law allows.
If you click on the images you will open a PDF that will have your recipe along with several others associated with the same Spirit or Ingredients. You can print on paper or card stock or just save in a Recipes Folder and save a tree.
Some of the Makers actually get their own pages that showcase their collection of recipes. Look for the banners like Dale DeGroff’s that with allow you access into the mind of a genius.
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By the way for any of you visiting the site… linking the new recipes to printable PDFs will be the last thing I do in the renovation so please be patient on the ones that have the Recipes4Cocktails.com. Ciao…Jerry
Let’s Start with the World’s Best Premium Olive Juice from Dirty Sue.
12 years ago well-known LA Barman and Brand Ambassador Eric Tecosky (ET) was in the middle of a late night rush of Dirty Martinis when he ran out of Olive Juice… While he was draining the juice from a gallon sized jar of olives a light went on in his head and he decided that there had to be a better way.
Traveling to Andalusia, Spain the world’s top origin for olive and olive oil production he learned how Olives take the journey Farm to Bar. Soon after Dirty Sue Premium Olive Juice was born. Today it is the preferred choice of Professional Barmen and Home Mixologists across the country. Click Here or on any of the Dirty Sue Images to View the Recipes.
Experimentation is the key…
Mister Bitters’ Grapefruit and Agave Bitters is a good example of how you can use bitters to unify or stretch the of the flavor profile and mouthfeel of your favorite cocktails (that don’t call for bitters) in a pleasant direction. If you enjoy Tequila or Mezcal, Grapefruit and Agave are natural elements to play with.
For Retailers taking a peek at the site this is an example of what some of our Shelf Talkers look like…
This is a small sampling of what you will find on…
Dale’s Page… Click Here or on Image Above.
If you are into the Classic Old Fashioned try a riff with 2 dashes of Dale’s Pimento Bitters instead of Angostura Bitters.
Okay so you’re interested but don’t know where to start…
Try Bittermilk Cocktail Compounds… these are Advanced Bar Syrups! In other words all the hard work has been done for you by total savants. All you do is add booze and in some recipes club soda.
Perfection is always a good place to start and it will give you a perspective on what Craft Cocktails are all about.
If you like you enjoy a more spirits forward cocktail simply cut back on the bittermilk a bit. Remember a little Bittermilk goes a long way!
Click Here or on any of the Bittermilk images in this cluster to view all the Bittermilk recipe videos.