Scrappy's Lavender Bitters: Whisk Sips Video Cocktail Series

Scrappy’s History

Scrappy’s Bitters was founded in 2008 by Seattle, WA bartender Miles Thomas. As a bartender, he was constantly searching for bitters with cleaner, brighter flavors. He was unable to find exactly what he wanted, so he decided to take matters into his own hands. Therefore, he decided to immerse himself in the world of herbs, botanicals, and bittering agents.

Experimenting and Perfecting

Thomas spent years experimenting with flavors and extraction methods, because he wanted to perfect his recipes. He learned to pair multiple ingredients to intensify the flavor he was seeking, and came to understand that different methods of extracting flavor from the same source could yield vastly different results. Thomas finally perfected his flavors and released a range of bitters based on fruits, spices, and herbs. Ever since, Scrappy’s has been handcrafting their bitters with a small dedicated team. Their commitment to quality shows in the boldness and purity of their flavors and they consider their bitters to be the best in the world.

Lavender Bitters

Bright, sweet, and incredibly well balanced, lavender is Scrappy’s flagship bitters blend. Their Lavender bitters is an aromatic preparation that combines the sweet, summery floral punch of fresh organic lavender flowers with alcohol and classic bittering agents. Perfect with vodka and gin drinks, or anywhere you’d like to add an herbaceous floral note, these bitters taste like sunshine and warm weather in a bottle!

Not sure how you might put Lavender bitters to use at home? Check out the video below for a frothy, floral gin cocktail that’s absolutely perfect for the spring and summer.

The Lusty Lady Cocktail

The Lusty Lady

2 oz Gin
1/2 oz lime juice
1/2 oz cranberry juice
1 egg white
1/2 oz simple syrup
2-3 dashes Scrappy’s lavender bitters

Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice and shake vigorously until frothy. Serve up in a coupe glass with bandied cherries or Luxardo cherries if desired.

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