Fee Brothers adds Celery to bitters line-up

06 August, 2010

A celery bitters has been added to the Fee Brothers range.

The new product joins a Fee Brothers bitters line-up that comprises orange, rhubarb and Old Fashion.

The producer said the launch was a return to a 19th-century tradition of producing celery bitters, which can be used either as a cooking or cocktail ingredient, particularly as an addition to a Bloody Mary.

The product has an abv of 1.3% and is sold in 11.8cl bottles with an rrp of 8.50.

It is being listed by Selridges and online retailers drinkon.com and thedrinkshop.com.

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