A.H. Riise Pharmacy 1838 Bitter 700ml


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A.H. Riise Pharmacy 1838 Bitter is a premium bitter from the Virgin Islands. It is named after the Danish pharmacist, Albert Heinrich Riise, who established the first pharmacy on the island of St. Thomas in 1838. Riise was also known for his creation of a unique blend of herbs and spices, which he used to make medicinal bitters.

A.H. Riise Pharmacy 1838 Bitter is made from a secret recipe of natural herbs, roots, and spices, which are macerated in a neutral spirit. The resulting bitter has a deep, amber color and a complex flavor profile, with notes of cinnamon, clove, ginger, and other spices, as well as a subtle bitterness.

The bitter is typically used as a mixer in cocktails, such as the classic Manhattan or Old Fashioned. It can also be enjoyed on its own as a digestif or aperitif.

The ABV (alcohol by volume) of A.H. Riise Pharmacy 1838 Bitter is 40%, which is slightly lower than the standard for most spirits. This means that 40% of the liquid in the bottle is pure alcohol, while the remaining 62% is made up of water and other compounds from the maceration process.

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