"Rhubarb, originally cultivated by the Chinese 5000 years ago, is known mostly for its use in pies, crumbles and as an affordable British & Swedish sweet when dipped in sugar. It is well known for its medicinal uses as an aid to digestion & stimulation of the liver.
It is a full-flavoured naturally bitter plant, and as such forms an excellent flavour for cocktail bitters. It would also have been at its hey-day from the late 19th to mid-20th centuries, during the cocktail "Golden Era".
Fee Brothers Rhubarb Bitters offer the tart, fresh vegetal flavours of Rhubarb to the cocktail mixer, creating interesting possibilities for combinations with most spirits, particularly gin, tequila, rye whiskey and brandies.
For cocktails, it provides an interesting variation on bitters based classics such as the Sazerac, Manhattan, Martini and Old-Fashioned. It is especially good as an addition to the Negroni, working well with the dry citrus and spice of gin, and the bittersweet flavours of Campari."
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