Cocktails with Latitude! Free Pour Jenny’s presents small-batch, handcrafted cocktail bitters using homegrown and wild foraged ingredients from Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. Her unique bitters received nine medals at the 2022 Canadian Artisan Spirit Competition. Add a taste of the North to your next libation!
- 100 ml amber glass bottle with glass tube dropper
*Limited Edition* Apple Sage Bitters are made with Yukon-grown apples (tiny and very tart!) and wild mountain sage. The bitters are subtle, fruity, and delicate, and they pair well with Prosecco, and gin.
*Limited-Edition* Blackcurrant & Birch Bitters are made with heaps of Yukon-grown blackcurrants and artisan birch syrup from Uncle Berwyn's Yukon Birch Syrup near Dawson City, Yukon Territory. These bitters have an earthy, warm, mineral, and fruity taste with a bitter kick! Try adding a taste of the Yukon to your next cocktail, perhaps an Old Fashioned, Manhattan, or martini. These bitters were awarded with a gold medal at the 2022 Canadian Artisan Spirit Competition!
Fireweed is the Yukon Government’s choice as the territory's floral emblem. Fireweed has been used medicinally by First Nations, and the leaves can be used to make tea. These Bitters are made with fresh flowers and there are flavours of green cardamom and agave. The bitters pair well with gin and vodka, and are a tasty addition to whipped cream in desserts. These Bitters were awarded a bronze medal at the 2022 Canadian Artisan Spirit Competition.
Rhubarb grows like a weed in the Yukon. The delicate flavour of these bitters pairs well with gin, vodka, tequila and plain old soda water! Rhubarb bitters are lovely in fresh whipped cream or you can try them in baking - think rhubarb extract. Yum! These bitters won a silver medal with distinction at the 2022 Canadian Artisan Spirit Competition.
Rosehip Bitters: The fruit of the prickly wild rose is sustainably harvested in the fall, after the first frost. With hints of cinnamon, these bitters are great with gin! Try a cocktail with gin, fresh lime juice, simple syrup and Rosehip Bitters. Bitters won a gold medal with distinction at the 2022 Canadian Artisan Spirit Competition.
Solstice Bitters combine cinnamon and cloves along with Yukon cranberries and a hint of star anise. This flavour holds its own with rum, whiskey and vodka. Try substituting the bitters for vanilla extract in a dessert recipe and see what happens!
Spruce Tip Bitters are made using White and Black Spruce tips. The flavour is bright, full of resin and similar to citrus and are a wonderful addition to an Old Fashioned. Try with tequila, gin, vodka or bourbon.