Made with the amaro and whiskey lover in mind, this herbaceous aperitif will keep you feeling warm all year long. Crafted with ingredients like star anise, clove, and Saigon cinnamon, it’s lovely neat or on the rocks.
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5 star rating
Perfect balance leaning slightly towards spice
Review by Denise H. on 25 Jun 2020review stating Perfect balance leaning slightly towards spice
Lovely! I was excited to sample this based on EmmymadeinJapan’s rec...it doesn’t disappoint. It’s quite delicate with gentle notes of clove. It’s nice on the rocks or with a splash of organic ginger ale. I would definitely repurchase.
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2 star rating
Not Quite Right
Review by Catherine P. on 23 Jun 2020review stating Not Quite Right
I really wanted to love the Bitter Clove, but something's not quite right. It's not as bitter as I hoped and instead tastes like rhubarb or cherry but again, not quite. It's lighter than I expected too and leaves a sweet, boozy taste in my mouth. I wish it were either heavier or lighter, sweeter or more bitter.
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5 star rating
Exactly what I've been looking
Review by Ilana S. on 22 Jun 2020review stating Exactly what I've been looking
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We’re all about transparency. Here’s a breakdown of what’s in each bottle of Bitter Clove.
Bitter Clove: Amount Per Ounce
Every bottle contains real fruits, herbs, and botanicals and is blended and bottled by our team in Sonoma. Nothing sketchy. Nothing corporate. And we have a fraction of the sugar of those European liqueurs.
The foundation of every bottle. We started with grapes from our farm and now we source the best grapes from growers we love nearby. This isn’t like your mom’s chardonnay — our grapes are unoaked for a clean, fruity palate.
With that potent licorice flavor, star anise brings a nutty and savory note to every bottle.
Harvested right on our ranch, artichoke leaves add bitterness without overpowering the palate.
Bay Leaves get that nice minty, herbal aroma going. We use Californian bay leaves from our ranch as often as possible.
This classic baking spice makes it feel like the holidays all year long — and adds a hint of sweetness.
Spicy and earthy, this combination of fresh and dried ginger brings a bold finish to every sip.
The key ingredient in the making of tonic water, this botanical is used to add a subtle bitter flavor.
Also known as rosemarrow, hibiscus is punchy, floral, and a little tart (and high in Vitamin C). Its deep crimson hue provides a little color.
We add orange peel for both its flavor and its aromatic qualities. It has the perfect balance of sweet and bitter. When they're in season, we source the oranges from the ranch.
Raw Cane Sugar
Unlike those European liqueurs, we don’t use too much — and that’s how we like it. With more impurities than refined sugar for a more natural taste, and a slight molasses aroma.
Grape brandy, distilled in Sonoma County, extracts all the herbs and botanicals you taste.