Aromatic Bitters

Portland Soda Co. Aromatic Bitters

Aromatic Bitters

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The magic ingredient for adding depth and balance to cocktails (and mocktails) everywhere: these Aromatic Bitters. Just a dash will do!

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  • Gluten Free
  • Oregon Kosher Certified
  • Vegan

Thanks to their strongly flavored extracts of herbs and spices, bitters are meant to be mixed into drinks a few drops at a time—adding complexity to any drink with zero fuss. This Portland Syrups small-batch creation includes a blend of wild-crafted cinchona bark, bitter orange, chamomile, cardamom, and gentian root that's topped with grapefruit.

Portland Soda Syrup uses 100% recyclable glass bottles and local ingredients. One 12 ounce bottle of their syrup can be used to make roughly 24 drinks.

Recycle the glass bottle in your curbside recycling bin. The plastic cap is recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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Making the world better one bottle at a time

Portland Soda Syrup wants to do away with single serve drinks. One 12 ounce bottle of their syrup lets you make roughly 24 drinks. Their packaging is 100% recyclable glass that can be reused and recycled. This helps to keep single-serve plastic bottles out of landfills. They also source their ingredients locally whenever possible, choosing organic, seasonal produce so it doesn't have to be flown in from other parts of the world.