Liqueur Sazerac, Peychaud's Bitters, 296 ml
Reviews of purchase Sazerac, Peychaud's Bitters, 296 ml
Bitter transparent red with crimson tinge and amber tints.
In bitters and lighter taste than similar drinks. It is well perceptible shades of cherry, licorice, clove, saffron, caramel, star anise, nutmeg and different Christmas spices. His unobtrusive sweetness covers the bitterness that speaks a hint in the aftertaste.
The scent has a rich palette of bitters, consisting of floral tones, shades of citrus peel, caramel and various spices.
Bitter used to create classic cocktails.
Peychaud's Bitters Production was started by Antoine Amedi Peysho in the late XIX century, during the time of his work in New Orleans as a pharmacist. But still his tincture is quite popular among fans of concentrated sweet drinks. Bitter Peysho is the ideal partner of cognac and is used to create cocktails "Sazerac" and "Manhattan", where it is the main component. Bitter Peysho is one of the most sold in the US market. The exact recipe bitters kept secret to this day.
Sazerac Company History starts with a drink. Antoine Amedi Peysho, Creole immigrant, in 1838, working in a pharmacy on Royal Street in the French Quarter, gathered his friends in the pharmacy late at night and prevented them from brandy cocktails and absinthe. After some time, in the middle of the XIX century in the same place we have opened a cafe-bar. Drink mixed pharmacist smoothly migrated to the menu "Sazerac" places and became also be referred to as a bar. In 1869 Thomas H. Handy bought coffee shop and started production of alcoholic beverages under the brand name "Sazerak". Since the 1890s the company began bottling and selling cocktail in the markets of the country, replacing the recipe to rye whiskey brandy. Today Sazerac - a family-owned company that owns a number of famous distilleries such as Buffalo Trace Distillery, A. Smith Bowman, Glenmore Distillery, Barton, Fleischmann, Medley and Mr. Boston.