Bar Agricole Housemade Gum Syrup (8oz)

SKU #1428701

The James Beard Award winning bar and restaurant now sells their spectacular in house bitters and syrups! We at K&L are thrilled to work with one of the best cocktail programs in the city to bring extremely high quality mixing ingredients to your home bar. Here is Luke Baxter, the maker's, own words: We have been making our own bitters at Bar Agricole since we opened in 2010. They are a crucial part of our bar program. We make the three most called for bitters from pre-prohibition era cocktail books: aromatic, orange and hibiscus. One of these three bitters is used in almost every drink served at Bar Agricole and our sister restaurants (Trou Normand, Obispo and Nommo). Our base spirit is a high proof neutral grape spirit from a biodynamic farm in Fresno. To that we add the best herbs, spices and botanicals that we can find. Shortly after we launched our syrup and bitters wholesale company, Bar Agricole won the James Beard award for outstanding bar program. Syrups are a fresh product and must be kept cold. Please refrigerate. Shelf life is 3 months.

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