Bittermens Orchard Street Celery Shrub
Join us for a Sparkling wine tasting at Bin Q on December 7th! Includes catered fried chicken to pair with the wines. 5:30-7:30 PM, $30 a ticket. Only 25 tickets available! 21+ Only
While living in San Francisco in early 2007, Avery and Janet Glasser used high proof spirit and a variety of herbs, peels and spices to create an extract of a traditional Mexican cooking sauce. This extract became the prototype recipe for the Xocolatl Mole Bitters. Bittermens now offers a full line of flavorful bitters that will add a dash of creativity to your cocktails and concoctions. 5 oz Bottles with dropper style top.
Orchard Street Celery Shrub
This shrub - a nod to the pickleback - was inspired by the history of New York's Lower East Side. One of the classic flavors during the tenement era was Dr. Brown’s Cel-Ray Soda, a celery soda so popular during the ’30s, it was nicknamed the Jewish Champagne. Bittermens took an idea of a brine, a shrub and a classic soda and decided to dedicate it to Orchard Street, home of the Lower East Side Tenement Museum.