Peychaud’s Bitters – 10 ounce

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  • Peychaud's (pay-SHOHDS) bitters originated from a family recipe brought over to America by a pharmacist named Antoine Amedee Peychaud.
  • Antoine fled Haiti in 1795, eventually settling in New Orleans.
  • He often mixed up his special brandy toddy according to this recipe using his private line of bitters.
  • This mixture then evolved into the "Sazerac", a cocktail which some claim was the "original" cocktail.
  • In July of 2008, the Sazerac legally became the Official Cocktail of New Orleans through the Louisiana Legislator. Peychauds bitters is available to you in 10 oz and 5 oz bottles.

Product Description

Peychaud's (pay-SHOHDS) bitters originated from a family recipe brought over to America by a pharmacist named Antoine Amedee Peychaud. Antoine fled Haiti in 1795, eventually settling in New Orleans. He often mixed up his special brandy toddy according to this recipe using his private line of bitters. This mixture then evolved into the "Sazerac", a cocktail which some claim was the "original" cocktail. In July of 2008, the Sazerac legally became the Official Cocktail of New Orleans through the Louisiana Legislator. Peychauds bitters is available to you in 10 oz and 5 oz bottles. **Available in continental U.S. only** Product Information Available in both 5 oz and 10 oz Glass Bottles A New Orleans Tradition since 1973. 35% Alcohol by Volume

Product Detail

  • ASIN: B00F8FFBFG
  • Item model number: BIT-PEYB-10
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