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Fee Brothers Bar Cocktail Bitters - Set of 6


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  • Made by Fee Brothers of Rochester, New York
  • Includes 6 hand selected 4-ounce bottles of bitters
  • Bitters Flavors include: Peach, Orange, Grapefruit, Lemon, Mint and Old Fashioned Aromatic. Due to production issues Lemon Bitters may be substituted without prior notice.
  • These hard to find ingredients are essential for many classic cocktail recipes which are returning to popularity.
  • Makes a wonderful gift for any cocktail lover or mixologist.
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There's no question that the folks at Fee Brothers know their bitters! The family owned company opened in 1863 and is currently in its fourth generation of manufacturing top quality cocktail mixes, bitters, syrups and other beverage ingredients. This exclusive six-bottle sampler set gives you all of the incredible flavors you need to create innovative and exciting cocktails. With bottles of West Indies Orange, Peach, Lemon, Grapefruit, Mint and Old Fashioned bitters in your arsenal of ingredients, you're always ready to raise the bar. In stock and ready to ship. Makes a wonderful gift for any cocktail lover or mixologist. Made in the USA. Specs: 4 fl oz each. Due to production issues Lemon Bitters may be substituted without prior notice.

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  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001CDQCFQ
  • UPC: 845033014828
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,969 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

Very nice packaging with descriptions of each "flavor."
beachgal
Fee Brother's Orange Bitters is far better than Angostura's Orange Bitters, so I think this set is the quintessential set you'll need.
Eric Hofmann
Number one, that you will rarely ever use Grapefruit Bitters for anything.
Stephen T. Patterson

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Eric Hofmann on June 17, 2009
I have tried several of Fee Brother's Bitters and I am ordering the rest of them today. The Orange and Peach Bitters are the finest there is. I might be one of the few people that has actually compared different brands of bitters. If you want to have a complete battery of bitters for mixing drinks at home or at a bar, you need:

Orange Bitters
Peach Bitters
Lemon Bitters
Old Fashioned (Angostura-type) Bitters
Peychaud's Bitters
Jaegermeister
Campari
Unicum

I have used Fee's Brothers at my bar for over ten years, and you can't get some of these anywhere else in the world, if you like mixed drinks, you'll need to buy several of these from Fee Brother's, the complete 8 pack is great. The Old Fashioned Bitters you can get lots of places, and Angostura is quite good, but Fee Brothers is every bit as good. Fee Brother's Orange Bitters is far better than Angostura's Orange Bitters, so I think this set is the quintessential set you'll need. Go ahead, try to find peach or cherry bitters from another company. Get some Peychaud's and a few others and you're good to go.

The idea of rhubarb bitters seems a little strange to me, but I haven't tried it, to be honest, and rhubarb might be a little overkill, so this six pack might be perfect for lemon, orange, peach and cherry bitters. Grapefruit sounds great, look forward to trying it.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Cliffton Mcintire on March 4, 2012
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The products are great. I love mixing drinks, and these bitters give me a bit of an extended arsenal on some otherwise standard and expected recipes.

But there are 2 major problems. The first, and in my opinion more minor, is in packaging/shipping. At least 2 of the 6 bottles arrived having leaked 1/4 of their contents. When I received my order I opened my large-ish Amazon box of office supplies and was greeted with a wall of fruity boozy KABOOM!!!. This was because the orange and peach bitters leaked all over themselves, their fellow bottles, and into the enclosing box. No biggie, some lost product, but I can deal.

The second and more problematic problem is that the shaker caps don't fit. I wanted 3 dashes of lemon bitters in my manhattan and received 3 oz. It's not a loose fit, it's a non-fit. The cap is way way too loose. Even if you try to shake it cautiously it jumps right off. Not just 1 of my bottles, it's done it on the lemons and the grapefruits. I've only tried 4 of the bottles so far, so that's a 50% catastrophe rate. 2 drinks with fine bases, down the drain, undrinkable.

This set is awesome, but HEED THE WARNINGS, sailors.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By ...dl on April 5, 2012
I wish I had known previously that Fees are glycerine based bitters, and it my fault I did not research this more. However with the cocktail craze and people buying bitters at break neck pace these days. One should know that "traditional" bitters are alcohol based extractions and give a much different flavor profile than sugar extracted bitters "glycerine extraction".

I will try returning my bitters, which are untouched, as I learned my mistake after ordering.

I highly recommend Scrappy's bitters from Seattle.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By SueT on December 15, 2011
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I was really excited to get this. When I opened it, there was a note inside. The note stated to be careful when using the lemon bitters as the oils in it might loosen the drop pourer when used. Well, I didn't have to worry about it spilling when I used it, because it had leaked nearly half the bottle while still in the box. I was out of town for an extended time and my boyfriend put the box on our extra bed and it leaked thru the box on to the linens. It's oily and very difficult to remove the stain. I guess I just expected more since this wasn't cheap at nearly 9 bucks a bottle, and to discover almost half a bottle gone is irritating. I hope they get there issue resolved, but I will think twice about ordering from them in the future.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TreBu on March 14, 2014
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I bought this set specifically for the Peach Bitters (which is shown in the picture and listed as a part of the group) and thought why not get 5 other bitters at the same time. They sent me Cranberry instead of Peach, how disappointing. I'm going to complain and see if they fix this and will updated this review once I receive a response.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stephen T. Patterson on January 2, 2013
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The shipment arrived quickly and packaged securely. Many of the earlier posts mentioned that there was a defect surrounding the Lemon Bitters, I did not experience this problem. However, there was a note taped to the Lemon Bitters bottle that apologized for this problem in advance and said they were working on the problem.

As far as the product itself and my experience after two months of mixing drinks I've realized a few things. Number one, that you will rarely ever use Grapefruit Bitters for anything.

Secondly, I think that the Old Fashioned Bitters is so much like Angostura Bitters that I would suggest that you avoid doing what I did and buying a bottle of Angostura Bitters ($4.99 from Wal-Mart).

Third, I drink way too much alcohol trying out my new inventions and sharing them with friends. You may want to start buying the large bottles of Vodka, Gin, and Whisky to keep you well stocked, although this can be expensive.
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