The Angostura Fizz, also know as a Trinidad Fizz, exhibits warmth & spice from it’s distinct key ingredient, Angostura Bitters.
First created by Justin Elliot from The Townsend in Austin. A spicy riff on a classic Negroni. We’ve added a little extra sweet vermouth to soften the drink, but even still – it packs a serious punch! Rich and intense with hints of cinnamon.
Swap out the gin with tequila in a Negroni and you’re left with an Agavoni! Use either a blanco or resposado tequila for an interesting take on the classic, normally gin-based, bitter cocktail.
An interesting interpretation of a G&T, the Sherry & Tonic. A big 90mL measure of Amontillado sherry, touch of sugar and orange bitters topped with tonic. Subtle nutty flavours that make this ‘S&T’ truly unique.
The Trinidad Sour is packed full of bitter flavours thanks to the key ingredient, Angostura bitters. The full shot of bitters is balanced with orgeat (almond syrup) and fresh citrus in addition to a small part of rye whiskey.
The basic Flip recipe incorporates a spirit or fortified wine, whole egg and sugar whilst a Fernet Flip incorporates both the very bitter and herbaceous liquor, Fernet-Branca, and sweet vermouth, in equal parts.
The Old Hickory consists only of vermouth & bitters. It was first mentioned in print back in 1937 and is the perfect cocktail for experimenting with different vermouths to understand the different botanicals used.