The reintroduction of our seasonal range of products with the first new bottling from the House of Botanicals


Released in the latter part of 2017, Winter Spiced Bitters are the first new release following our move into the House of Botanicals and are a reintroduction of our seasonal range of products. Replacing our earlier Christmas Bitters offering, these have been created due to the large volume of requests for Dr. Adam Elmegirab’s to bring back a festive offering suited to the style of beverage typically consumed in climates where the nights are longer and the weather colder.

What will be an annual limited edition bottling, Winter Spiced Bitters bring to life the flavours, aromas and botanicals commonly associated with the harsh winter season. Dried fruits, warm citrus, baking spices, fire, and wood smoke were all central to our desired flavour profile and we truly believe we have captured that with a bitters unlike any other, with its unique aromas, tastes and flavours.


  • Dried cranberries (USA)
  • Nutmeg (India)
  • Mace blades (India)
  • Ceylon cinnamon (Sri Lanka)
  • Allspice berries (Jamaica)
  • Star anise (Vietnam)
  • Cloves (Sri Lanka)
  • Green cardamom pods (Guatemala)
  • Cacao nibs (Brazil)
  • Dried orange peel (Spain)
  • Liquorice root (Syria)
  • Rhubarb root (China)
  • ​Gentian root (France)

Tasting NOTES

Nose: Smoke, wood, dried fruit and rhubarb.

Taste: Smoky anise, sweet cranberry, clove, anise, and cacao with hints of burnt orange and complex spice.

​FinishLengthy warming and bitter finish with clove and cacao dominant.


​Aged rum, brandy, bourbon, genever, rye whiskey, fortified wines, amari, sweet sherry, lemon, orange, cream, baking spices, egg nog, dried fruits, toddies, caramel, maple, cinnamon, chicory, coffee, ginger beer…


Winter Negroni

  • 45ml / 1.5oz House of Botanicals Classic Old Tom Gin
  • 30ml / 1oz Aperol
  • 15ml / 0.5oz Pedro Ximenez Sherry
  • 3 Dashes Dr. Adam’s Winter Spiced Bitters

Add all ingredients to mixing glass, fill with cubed ice and stir for 15-20 seconds. Strain into an ice-filled rocks glass and garnish with a slice of fresh orange

Created by Adam Elan-Elmegirab in 2017



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