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Peychauds Aromatic Cocktail Bitters: 5 oz

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  • A New Orleans tradition since 1793.
  • Used to make a Sazerac Cocktail.
  • Also try it in Manhattans, Old Fashioneds and Whisky Sours.
  • 35% food grade alcohol by volume.
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The classic New Orleans bitters and a crucial ingredient in the signature Sazerac cocktail, Peychaud's is sure to enhance the taste of whatever you're sipping. As one of only two brands of cocktail bitters to survive from pre-prohibition days, Peychaud's is used some of the world's most classic cocktails like the Manhattan, Old Fashioned, and Whiskey Sour. Made right in New Orleans, it's been a legendary favorite since the 1800's. In stock and ready to ship. Features: Used in cocktails like a Manhattan, Old Fashioned, and in the signature Sazerac Cocktail. One of only two brands to survive from pre-prohibition days. Made in New Orleans. Specs: 35% alcohol by volume.

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  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001CDOB40
  • UPC: 088004190187
  • Item model number: 18805
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By jessiB on June 12, 2012
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I hear that this is a fine product. I really like old-fashioned cocktails and decided that this would be a fine addition to my bar... I purchased this product and paid my money for it. I waited anxiously for the tawny bottle to arrive... I waited weeks... I contacted the seller, the seller told me that they sent the bottle and that it was not their problem! To my dismay, Amazon was unwilling to assist me! After several emails back and forth... I simply gave up and re-purchased a more expensive bottle of Peychaud's Aromatic Bitters from my local liquor store... Needless to say, the bitters are sensational. But do yourself a favor... look at your seller's rating before you purchase anything from amazon. Don't learn this lesson the hard way like I did.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Harry Philips on April 14, 2009
A few drops of Peychaud are an absolute must to enjoy a traditional Sazerac cocktail ... and I find a dash with the Angostura in a Manhattan enchances the flavors of both!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael A. Duvernois VINE VOICE on September 20, 2010
My perfect Sazerac recipe:

- 1 1/2 oz Rye
- 3 dashes Peychauds bitters
- 1 sugar cube
- splash (1/4 oz) Absinthe

Shake the Rye, bitters, and sugar cube with ice in a cocktail shake. Let sit. Pour the absinthe into an Old Fashioned glass. Tip it to coat the whole inside of the glass. Then strain the ice out of the mix and add it to the glass.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By caliboy on September 17, 2008
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Love Peychaud's Bitters (running neck-and-neck with Fee Brothers Aromatic Bitters - which are also sublime!) They add to the PERFECT Manhattan! Much better than Angostura Bitters and Angostura isn't bad, is it? It is just that Peychaud's and Fee Brothers are so much more complex and flavorful. Yum. Thrilling for the tongue.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jean-sebastien Girou on August 4, 2010
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These are necessary in a sazerac. I would not, like another reviewer, replace Angostura bitters in my manhattans with this, however. They generally go well with cocktails that have absinthe in them.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By wesleach on October 10, 2012
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Like anything worth having, this is impossible to find in my area, I was glad to find it, though it isn't as if Amazon doesn't supply just about everything. That being said though, I ordered this and it came quick. This makes for some good cocktails and fun to experiment with.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Eric Hofmann on June 17, 2009
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

You can't get Peychaud's bitters anywhere else...nothing else compares. I think its one of the most versatile bitters there is. Is great as a digestif, too. I like it more than Underberg's as a digestif.
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I'm just starting out in the wide and wonderful world of bitters. Peychaud's stands out as popular, so I had to give it a shot.

Among bitters, I first encountered Angostura, and that remains the standard. Peychaud's stands up well to it. Both have deep notes that defy easy analysis. I find a major tone of clove in Agostura, though, and predominant and fruity anise in Peychaud's. That much is a tie for me, but I know of people who wouldn't be attracted to the licorice flavor. And, although I understand the need to assert itself visually as well as in taste and scent, Peychaud's use of red #40 (E129) could be problematic for some. It doesn't bother me, but close family offers anecdotal evidence that it can have undesired effects on behavior.

(All you pharma folk, look it up and look for H-bonding sites. I'm just a computing guy, but it looks to me like some receptor somewhere just has to have a good match for it.)

All told, I like it. Some won't, and maybe some shouldn't, and I still like others better (and bitter). But I like it.

-- wiredweird
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