The label on Fee Brothers' Plum Bitters indicates the flavor is meant to mimic British plum pudding. This explains the cinnamon scent that hit me upon opening the bottle. Considering our success with peach bitters, I'd have been happy with another simple stone fruit hint but the spices on offer suggest other possibilities...
When I first read this I was excited but plum pudding not so sure. Good Luck.ReplyDelete
I, too, would have preferred a true plum flavor. A fresh, ripe plum is a magical thing!Delete
The cinnamon makes me think I should try it in Hondo's Space Punch.ReplyDelete
I'm sure Hondo would enjoy a nice plum pudding.Delete
Sounds like a good winter flavour. Our 365 spirit (put a foraged edible in a pot of clear spirit every day for a year) is predominantly dandelion root, earthy and rich. We are doing it again this year.ReplyDelete
Haha! Thank you for sharing the results. I've been curious.Delete
Maybe I should try do something with dandelions someday. Goodness knows, we get plenty of them.
It is. Perhaps a fun one to play with during holiday season.Delete