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  • Bab Louie Bitters: We do it differently!

    Bab Louie Bitters: We do it differently!

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    One of our dear friends went to her neighbourhood bistro and ordered a cider. She began conversing with the bartender, who advised her to add some cocktail bitters. She consented to the proposal because she found it intriguing. She then took a sip of her beverage. She said, "That's something I've never tasted before." Cocktail bitters have that kind of power. Spirits, wine, cider,...
  • There is Much More to Botanicals than Gin that you don’t know!

    There is Much More to Botanicals than Gin that you don’t know!

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    Although gin has ushered in terms of consumer awareness and appreciation of botanicals, other categories are now following suit. For proof, look no farther than the seemingly inexorable rise of non-alcoholic "spirits" made from plant distillates. Botanicals are already appearing in a wider range of products, including wine, beer, and surprise alcohol like rum. Botanicals appeal to the developing trends Many consumers, particularly Millennials,...
  • Cocktail Culture, Changes, and Bab Louie

    Cocktail Culture, Changes, and Bab Louie

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    Cocktail Culture, Changes, and Bab Louie   Although it’s still low-key, the cocktail culture in India has quietly skyrocketed. With the outset of crafted cocktail mixes, this revolution has further catapulted. Now, there is a whole legion of mixologists, dreamy bartenders, and those who want to sip, savor, and share new flavors; coming up with something new is the latest trend of all in...
  • The Rich History behind Cocktail Bitters

    The Rich History behind Cocktail Bitters

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      As you’d know, we’ve already done an in-depth blog on Bitters, this blog, however, is all about the grand history that envelopes this unique cocktail flavor-balancer-cum-enhancer. Still, to give you a little perspective, here’s what they’re all about: Bitters are usually sold in tiny vials with dropper caps and are a black liquid. They predominantly contain about 50% alcohol and are made with...
  • All that you want to know about Cocktail Bitters

    All that you want to know about Cocktail Bitters

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    We don't mean the enraged thoughts you have about the bartender ignoring you when we say "bitters." Bitters are a family of liquor-based flavoring compounds that are used for everything from stomachaches to cocktail recipes (confusing because they aren't necessarily bitter). They're usually available in a small bottle and deliver a lot of taste in small quantities, so it's a good idea to learn a...
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