Dutch’s Bitters Recipes

Dutch’s Colonial Cocktail BittersDutch’s Boomtown BittersDutch’s ProhiBitters

Dutch’s Colonial Cocktail Bitters

Jefferson’s Presidential Manhattan served at Hill Country BBQ, NYC

2 ½ oz. Jefferson’s Rye
¾ oz. Sweet vermouth
2 droppers Dutch’s Colonial Cocktail Bitters
1 Brandied cherry
A flamed orange twist

Stir Rye and Vermouth on ice, Strain into a chilled cocktail glass, top with bitters, and garnish with the cherry and flamed orange twist.


Red Skies At Night created by Max Messier of Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, NYC

1 ½ oz. Great King Street Whisky
½ oz. Blood orange juice
1 oz. Winter chai concentrate
4 dashes of Dutch’s Colonial Cocktail Bitters

Shake on ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a blood orange peel twist.


Americana Punch created by Fredo Ceraso of Loungerati

2 oz. of Wild Turkey Rye 101 Proof
¾ oz. of St. Germain
¾ oz. Fresh lemon juice
1 oz. Simple syrup
3-5 dashes of Dutch’s Colonial Cocktail Bitters
Lemon wheels and cherries
Sparkling wine

Combine everything except sparkling wine, add ice and shake until well chilled. Strain into goblet and top off with sparkling wine. Garnish with lemon wheel and cherry.


Victory Buck created by Fredo Ceraso of Loungerati

1 oz. Jim Beam Bourbon
1 oz. Hennessy Cognac
½ oz. Fresh lemon
Ginger Ale
2-4 dashes of Dutch’s Colonial Cocktail Bitters
Lemon wedge

Build in glass over ice and top off with ginger ale. Garnish with lemon wedge.


The Promised Land created by Pamela Wiznitzer of King, NYC

1 ½ oz. Cardinal Mendoza brandy
½ oz. Grenadine
¾ oz. Lemon juice
1 Fig (cut in half)
1 Egg white
4 dashes Dutch’s Colonial Cocktail Bitters
6 dashes Dutch’s Colonial Cocktail Bitters for garnish

Muddle fig and lemon. Add remainder of ingredients and shake for 45-50 seconds without ice. Add ice and shake for an additional 20-30 seconds. Double strain into a chilled coupe glass and garnish with a line of 5-6 drops of Dutch colonial bitters. Use a cocktail stirrer to make a design with the bitters.


Dutch Sidecar created by Xan Garcia-Riley of Cornerstone Tavern & The Stag’s Head

2 oz. Dutch’s Peach Brandy
1 oz. Cointreau
½ oz. Pomegranate molasses
½ oz. Simple syrup
3 Lemon wedges
3 dashes of Dutch’s Colonial Cocktail Bitters
Splash of water

Muddle the lemons with the pomegranate molasses and the water. After the molasses is melted, add rest of ingredients. Shake with ice.
Pour into a sugar-rimmed martini glass. Garnish with a lemon twist.


Dutch’s Boomtown Bitters

The Dutchy

1 ½ oz. Straight rye
½ oz. Dry curacao
3 dashes Dutch’s Boomtown Bitters

Stir with ice, then strain over fresh ice. Garnish with a small orange zest.


Old Fashioned

2 oz. Straight rye whisky
1 Sugar cube
3 dashes Dutch’s Boomtown Bitters

Muddle one sugar cube with bitters in a rocks glass. Add straight rye whisky and stir. Add ice and zest from one lemon peel. Use spent peel as garnish.


Bourbon Buck

2 oz. Bourbon
¾ oz. Lemon juice
½ oz. Simple syrup
2 dashes Boomtown Bitters
Ginger beer

Shake all ingredients with ice strain over fresh ice into a highball top with ginger beer.


Rye Presbyterian

2 oz. Straight rye
Ginger ale
Club soda
2 dashes Boomtown Bitters

Build in a highball, and top over ice with equal parts club and ginger ale.



Dutch’s ProhiBitters

Gin Martini

3 oz. London dry gin
1 oz. Dry vermouth
2 dashes Dutch’s ProhiBitters

Combine all over cracked ice and stir. Strain up into a cocktail glass and zest with a lemon peel.


Gin Fizz

1 ½ oz. Gin
¾ oz. Fresh lemon juice
1 oz. Simple syrup
1- 2 oz. Club soda
2 dashes ProhiBitters

Combine all ingredients except club soda, and shake with ice. Strain into an ice-filled highball glass and top with soda.


Southside

2 oz. Gin
2 Lime wedges
1 oz. Simple syrup
2 sprigs Fresh mint
2 dashes ProhiBitters

Splash of club soda

Squeeze the lime wedges into a cocktail shaker and add the wedges into the shaker. Add the simple syrup, bitters and mint, and muddle. Add the gin and enough ice to fill the shaker halfway. Cover and shake. Add a big splash of soda, roll the cocktail into a highball glass, and serve.


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