Add these limited edition bitters to your next cocktail! Fee Brothers uses emptied oak whiskey barrels from Tennessee to age these aromatic bitters. Taste the difference of barrel-aged bitters. This premium bitters is strictly limited edition, bottled only once a year in the spring. Don’t miss out on the 2011 edition! In stock and ready to ship. Features: Limited edition. Aged in oak whiskey barrels. Unique flavor combination to enhance your cocktails. Specs: Capacity: 5 oz.
- Limited edition aromatic bitters.
- Aged in whiskey barrels.
- Unique flavor combination to enhance your cocktails.
- 5 oz in glass bottle.
- Made by Fee Brothers of Rochester, New York.
Could be better
This was my first time trying Fee’s Whisky Barrel-Aged bitters. I was somewhat disappointed that they do not contain any alcohol. In that way they feel different when compared with other bitters, and I feel that more is needed in cocktails. They are predominantly cinnamon-flavored and do not feel as complex as I expected – I was expecting perhaps more of a charred oak flavor. Overall they are not bad, and I can certainly find some use for them, but they are priced fairly high, and I personally still prefer Angostura bitters in my Manhattans and Old Fashioneds.
LavadaCantua Creek, CA
Huge taste in a small bottle
I’m a Manhatten and old fashioned freak; best cocktails on the planet if made right. And Fee’s Whiskey Barrel Aged Bitters are just about the best tasting bitters that I’ve, well, ever tasted…period. Use Maker’s Mark or a high-end rye whiskey with Fee’s (and a really good vermouth)and you’ll have yourself a supremely tasty drink, my friends. My best advice is to drink alone –like all true Vikings do–and you won’t have to share with anyone else.
Nothing worse than lipstick on a glass anyway…
ConnieBates City, MO
Favorite bitters out there
I decided to try these on a whim when I saw them at The Spuyten Duyvel Beer Shop in Williamsurg about a year ago. I have been a convert ever since! In fact, my usage of bitters has even gone up CONSIDERABLY since I started using them since I like them so much! They fall along the angostura lines, but have a distinctive richness and complexity. I’ve used them ever since and am about to pick up multiple bottles since I hate running out!
good product, good packaging, good time. nothing bad. would buy again. thanks the bitters are pretty tasty in a old fashioned. give it a go
Add it to your Manhattan!
Bought this to add to a recipe by Jason Schiffer for a Maple Manhattan. It’s a great bitters and played really well with the Bourbon and Maple Syrup I was using. Great product! As with any bottle of bitters, 4 oz. is going to last you a LONG, LONG time so this is a great value as well. I don’t think you can go wrong with any of the Fee Brothers bitters! Have fun with them and experiment!
WenonaUnion Center, SD