Turmeric, sassafras, cardamom, cinnamon, allspice
Our award-winning Golden Turmeric Bitters combines turmeric, cardamom, sassafras and cinnamon to create an earthy and warming bitter with a myriad of health benefits to boot.
Because of the plethora of health benefits offered up by the combination of these warming spices, the Golden is the ultimate health tonic. Use it daily and your body will thank you!
Cacao nib, vanilla bean, milk thistle, oregon grape root, cherry bark
Our Amores cacao vanilla bitters are made by infusing cacao nibs and vanilla bean with a whole lot of love (and, of course, some bitter herbs). Cacao—raw and unprocessed chocolate—is quickly becoming one of the most well-known superfoods, having one of the highest concentrations of antioxidants of all foods (20 times the antioxidants found in blueberries, to be exact).
Amores Melipona is truly a versatile bitter and can be enjoyed in cocktails or as added ingredient in desserts, such as chocolate sauces or on top of vanilla bean ice cream. Who knew something this decadent could be good for your health?
Licorice, rose hips, orange peel, anise, yellow dock, cinchona bark
Sweet Riza lives up to its name, distinguishing itself from other bitters on the market with the bold flavors of licorice and anise. The scientific name for licorice, Glycyrrhiza glabra, literally means “sweet root” and our bitter captures the essence of licorice, one of the most versatile herbs in the Western herbal pharmacopeia. The use of licorice goes back as least as far as the ancient Egyptians and was found in great quantities in the tomb of King Tut among his gold, jewelry and art treasures.
Through this unique combination of powerful herbs, Sweet Riza acts as an overall health tonic, something to that can be used on a daily basis to both prevent and treat a range of diseases.
Ginger, lemon peel, fennel, clove, gentian, barberry root
Our Fire Tamer Bitters targets your digestive woes by combining three herbs well-known for their ability to squash nausea and stomach upset on the spot with ginger, clove, fennel, and lemon.
Lavender, chamomile, vervain, yarrow, wormwood, orris root, calendula, tansy
Our Native Floral Bitters gives a whole new meaning to “taste the Rockies.” Combining the relaxing properties of lavender, chamomile and vervain with the immune-stimulating and anti-inflammatory effects of calendula, this bitter is sure to help you wind down after a long day.
Add a splash to sparkling water, herbal tea or a champagne cocktail and feel your tension melt away.
Habanero, jalapeno, green chiles, kaffir lime
Our Wildfire Spicy Bitters is unlike any bitters you’ve tasted combining vegetal notes, the bright and earthy tones of kefir lime leaves, and a spicy and complex symphony of flavorful peppers. Kaffir lime—the bumpy Southeast Asian cousin of the widespread Persian lime—is referred to as “asjeruk obat” in Indonesia which translates to “citrus medicine.”
Spice up your next cocktail or mocktail with our Wildfire Bitters and experience the tasty benefits of lime and peppers.
Raw, organic apple-cider vinegar, blueberries, mint, raw Colorado honey
Packed with blueberries' antioxidants, fiber, potassium and vitamin C, this shrub maintains the integrity of the fruit to help lower the amount of cholesterol in the blood, decreasing the risk of heart disease. Mint is excellent in the promotion of digestion as well as calming and curing nausea and headaches. Mint acts as a natural stimulant, waking the senses to battle fatigue, and has been proven to aid in alertness and memory retention.
Whiskey smash, bourbon, rum, tequila
Raw, organic apple-cider vinegar, cherry, thyme, raw Colorado honey
Cherries carry with them powerful antioxidants such as anthocyanins and cyanidin. Their power to reduce inflammation aids in arthritis pain relief and post-workout muscle pain. Thyme is also a significant source of antioxidants, containing a number of flavanoids such as apigenin, naringenin, luteolin, and thymonin. This hearty herb is an excellent source of vitamin A and C, as well as dietary fiber, iron, manganese and copper.
Bourbon, tequila, whiskey
Raw, organic apple-cider vinegar, ginger root, pear, raw Colorado honey
Nausea or morning sickness, motion sickness, and any loss of appetite. The hearty root is also anti inflammatory reducing muscle pain or soreness. Ginger is also used as it may lower blood sugar reducing the risk of heart disease. Pear brings with it great benefits in antioxidants such as vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids, a long list of anti- inflammatory compounds as well as a very long list of phytonutrients. Pears have been associated with the reduction of several chronic common diseases that develop from chronic inflammation and excessive oxidative stress.
Gin, whiskey or vodka mule or add a wild and spicy twist to a tequila cocktail. Gin, Tequila, Vodka, Whiskey
Raw organic apple-cider vinegar, persimmon, lavender, raw Colorado honey
Persimmons are rich in vitamin A, B6 and C. They carry with them significant minerals such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and fiber. Benefits also include the prevention of liver and intestinal damage, the lowering of bad cholesterol, and the enhancement of endurance and stamina. We all know lavender for it's benefits in stress and anxiety relief, but is also high in antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. It has been used for its effectiveness to heal intestinal gas, nausea, upset stomachs, abdominal swelling, headaches and toothaches.
Vodka Lavender Lemonade, champagne, gin, rum, tequila, vodka
Raw organic apple-cider vinegar, peach, rose, raw Colorado honey
Roses are rich in flavanoids, tannins, antioxidants and vitamins A, B3, C, D and E making them super beneficial to skin care. Also efficient in cleansing the gallbladder and liver, helping to improve bile secretion and relief from constipation. Peaches pack a punch with rich phytochemicals that act as antioxidants. Used as a kidney cleanser in China, peaches have a diuretic effect that also cleanses the bladder. They contain great amounts of vitamins A and C, are great in battling anxiety and an upset stomach. According to research peaches have shown to inhibit the growth of tumors based on their excellent antimicrobial and antioxidant activity.
Champagne, gin, tequila, rum, tequila, vodka