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Bitter(s) Review: Fee Brother’s Mint Bitters

Posted by Arctic Wolf on May 19, 2019

Fees Brothers has been a family business since 1864, and is currently now owned and operated by the fourth generation of the family to do so, Ellen and Joe Fee. The company currently produces about 100 different products including an impressive line-up of Cocktail Bitters.

I wasn’t really sure how to use the Mint Bitters so I checked the Fee Brothers website and learned:

Fee Brothers Mint Bitters may be used as the principal or subordinate flavor in a wide variety of foods and drinks.

As you can see, the website doesn’t really give a person much of an idea of how to to best use the Mint Bitters. This meant I had to experiment, and you can read the results of my efforts by clicking the following link:

Bitter(s) Review: Fee Brother’s Mint Bitters

“… The taste is akin to the flavour of a sharp peppermint candy although not quite as sweet. The peppermint flavour is intense, dry and perhaps just a touch spicy. The colour is a bright iridescent green …”

Please enjoy the review, and if anybody has a cocktail suggestion that actually works, please forward it on, I was stymied.

Chimo!

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