Electric bitter is a tool that appeal to the recent needs of the quality-seeking customer to improve the drinking experience through the use of innovative ingredients and flavors. Its blend of over 30 botanicals is meticulously balanced around a dominant element:
Buzz Button or electric daisies, have the property to stimulate the taste buds and increase salivation through their natural electrifying, tingling sensation.
From the most complex flavor combination to a simple glass of iced tea, perceptions will be amplified by this alternative unusual mouthfeel.
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the flowers of the Acmella oleracea plant traditionally used as a medicinal remedy, grassy and citrusy with a strong tingle that numbs the mouth for minutes, promote salivation enhancing flavors reception and adds a cooling and dry aftertaste.#THECOREELEMENT #BUZZBUTTONS #ELECTRICBITTER
the unripened seedpods of the Japanese prickly ash , it possess the same electrifying properties but earthy and tangy with its sharp citrusy taste.#SANSHOPEPPER #ELECTRICBITTER
native to the Australian rainforest, it is infact a sweet berry that develops a peppery spicyness when dry. Been used for centuries for its antimicrobial and antioxidant properties, used as a pepper substitute in foods. A fresh berry flavor is followed by a powerful peppery zing.#TASMANIANPEPPERBERRY #ELECTRICBITTER
called this way because of its shape, this rhizome appertain to the ginger family Ziginberacee; it grows mainly in China and Southeast Asia, used in foods and beverages for its ginger-like mild spicyness and complex earthy flavor.#FINGERROOT #ELECTRICBITTER
Tropical grass with a strong lemony scent, largely used in food, teas and traditional medicine for its curative properties, it contributes to the Bitter distinctive freshness.#LEMONGRASS #ELECTRICBITTER
first reference of this spice comes from ancient Indian Ayurveda medicine, also well known by Greeks and Romans. Medium peppery spiciness follows a fresh and smoky tingle; where black pepper stings, long pepper balms.#JAVANESELONGPEPPER #ELECTRICBITTER
native to Australia. It is used in teas for its therapeutic properties and its essential oil in perfumery. Adds to the Bitters a balsamic, fresh and grassy profile.#EUCALYPTUSGLOBULUS #ELECTRICBITTER
native to Japan, very expensive and difficult to grow, is purchased fresh from the only UK supplier. Its complex and grassy pungency comes from vapours produced when eaten that stimulate the nasal passages more than the tongue.#WASABI #ELECTRICBITTER
60 ml Tanqueray 10 gin, 15 ml EB sake vermouth, 4 dashes of EB, stirred and served in a metal coupette with a nasturtium leaf floating on top.#EDISONMARTINI #ELECTRICBITTER
50 ml Galangal infused Tanqueray gin, 4 dashes of EB, Tonic water served in a light bulb double glass with a lemongrass straw and candied ginger.#G&TINGLE #ELECTRICBITTER
from The Gibson in London – 50 ml Tanqueray 10 gin, 15 ml Earl grey tea liqueur, 15 ml homemade grass cordial, ½ fresh grapefruit and ½ lime, 4 dashes of EB, rolled and served in a light bulb champagne glass with purple shiso an a buzz button on a long pick.#ELECTRICEARL #ELECTRICBITTER
50ml Tanqueray gin, dry bees infusion, 20 ml Tasmanian and long pepper honey cordial, 4 dashes of EB, ½ fresh lemon, served in a light bulb vase with a copper straw, wire ribbon, nasturtium leaf and lemon verbena.#BEESTING #ELECTRICBITTER
50 ml Tanqueray gin, ½ fresh lemon, 60 ml sparkling chilli hopped mead, 4 dashes of EB, served in a light bulb champagne glass with an eucaliptus branch section inside, ribbon, lemon peel.#FRENCH75W #ELECTRICBITTER
50 ml Tanqueray 10 gin, 15 ml fingerroot infused 5yo Tokaij, 10 ml Benedectine, 4 dashes of EB, 1 dash of absinth, served in a light bulb flask sitting in a mini wooden crate with hay, dry ice and buzz button.#EDDIEBROWN #ELECTRICBITTER
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