Sarsaparilla Dry Bitters combine old-fashioned root beer flavor together with a subtle tannic effect. These ‘Dry’ bitters act as a cocktail girdle, firming up flabby edges, tightening up on sweetness, while giving a subtle sarsaparilla and root flavor to the drink.
Key Flavor Components: Root Beer, Herbal Tannins, Sarsaparilla.
Suggested Use: Work beautifully in stirred drinks and pair very well with sweet Italian vermouth, Armagnac, whiskey, and gin.
Net weight: 4 fl oz (118 ml)
ABV: 47.5 %
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