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Infuse Bitters Sassafras
This product is available in: CA, CT, MN, NE, NH, NY, ND Unfortunately, we can't ship to PO Boxes and APO addresses.Size120mL Proof100 (50% ABV)
This product is available in: CA, CT, MN, NE, NH, NY, ND Unfortunately, we can't ship to PO Boxes and APO addresses.
About Infuse Bitters SassafrasInfuse was born as a passion project in the garage of Seth Benhaim in 2012. Benhaim came into contact with infused spirits while vacationing and immediately recognized there was a market for a natural, simple, and straightforward product. After extensive sampling and tinkering with the recipes, Infuse Spirits was launched. When Benhaim entered his first vodka releases in the San Francisco Worlds Spirits Competition, his creations made him the youngest person ever to win both Best in Show and Double Gold at just 25 years.
Infuse Spirits has gone on to develop a wide range of products, including six vodkas and a lineup of unique cocktail bitters under the brand name Infuse Bitters. All the products are naturally flavored with real roots, spices, and fruits. Each bottle is single-infused by hand and the ingredients remain inside. No sugars, dyes, flavorings, or artificial additives of any kind are used. The non-potable (not meant to be drunk on their own) bitters are meant to be used as an additive in any number of cocktails and mixed drinks, but their range of application stretches to use in cooking and baking, as well as in coffee, tea, or water. Let your imagination fly!
The Infuse Bitters Sassafras tincture has 7 spices and roots, with the star being dry sarsaparilla. Bourbon vanilla and cinnamon are also in there and contribute to the intense root beer flavor. It goes particularly well with cola and whiskey, or a variety of other cocktails and mixed drinks.
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The history of cocktails dates back to the not-so-good days of prohibition when people started to mix drinks trying to make the homemade or bootlegged liquor drinkable.
But things have changed since then, and cocktails have become increasingly popular with modern pop culture, from classics like Martini, Old Fashioned, or Negroni, to the more festive versions like Margaritas and Mojitos becoming staples in most bars.