Cocktail bitters are the aromatic tie that binds

10/25/2013 | BBC

Bitters have gained prominence in the cocktail community because of the botanical flavors and complexity they lend to drinks. Bitters, which have a history in the snake oil of yore, are crafted by infusing herbs, roots and spices in alcohol. Mixologists use them as drink "binding agents" that bring out existing flavors, said World Duty Free Mixologist Charlie McCarthy.

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