Optimistic and worldly Sagittarius will enjoy the clever mixes of lapsong souchong, wild cherry bark, juniper and a slight scent of sandalwood. Gentian and burdock roots are the bitter notes.
Also included: An exclusive & original recipe card designed specifically for that bitter by our award winning mixologist.
|wild cherry bark|
Bitter-tasting food and drink are gaining popularity as we recognize the sweetening of our culture has not served us well.
With their long history in the healing arts in Asia and the Indian subcontinent,
we in the west are rediscovering the health benefits of bitter tastes.
The bitter components in food work with the bitter taste receptors on our tongues to stimulate the production of gastric acid in the stomach, readying it for ideal digestion.
The better your digestion, the more nutrients your body will absorb from your food.
So three cheers for hoppy craft IPA’s, 80% chocolate, radicchio and arugula,
and even the astonishing bitter melon (hint: don’t let the melon part fool you.)
To complement our new-found appreciation of bitter, House Five is pleased to present our delicious aromatic bitters,
to enhance your drink and food recipes.
WE WANT TO HELP YOU REAP THE BENEFITS of
bitters, to enhance your drink and food recipes.