Bob’s Liquorice Bitters

Bob’s Liquorice Bitters were initially created for Ago Perrone of the Connaught Hotel for use in cocktails using the newly reformulated Galliano L’Authentico.

Dried liquorice root offers a mellow and woody sweetness, creating this earthy liquid which will add a barky, fennel-y note to a cocktail.

Bob’s Liquorice Bitters were initially created for Ago Perrone of the Connaught Hotel for use in cocktails using the newly reformulated Galliano L’Authentico.

Dried liquorice root offers a mellow and woody sweetness, creating this earthy liquid which will add a barky, fennel-y note to a cocktail.

From a culinary perspective…

Created by Ago Perrone of the Connaught Hotel bar.

Martini L’autentico


Created by Ago Perrone

Ingredients

  • ⅓ oz Galliano l’Autentico
  • ½ oz Tio Pepe (dry sherry)
  • 1 shot Bols Genever
  • Bob’s Liquorice Bitters

Method

Stir over ice then strain. Garnish with a lemon twist.


Bob’s Liquorice Bitters could even add a smooth, woody sweetness to ice cream or add an extra dimension to an aniseed sauce.

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Reviews for Bob’s Liquorice Bitters


Bob’s liquorice bitters have a bittersweet taste, accompanied by lightly woody notes. It harmonizes excellently with all sorts of spirits, rum, whiskey, gin, and Galliano.

Rueverte

If you are a fan of liquorice, a few drops of this bitters in a sparkling water or Schweppes will delight you. Being a bitter with a particular flavour, it will marry well more neutral spirits such as vodka… Of course, you can use it without moderation in confectionery and pastry.

Bitters.ch

Very unique and true to the real qualities of liquorice. Less anise and more of an intense sweetness that lingers for a long time. I can see these working with Scotches, Mezcals and even Rauchbiers.

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