#5 – Janis

The idea for #5 Janis came up while having an Agua Fresca De Jamaica, a well-known every day Mexican naturally flavoured water using the “Flor de Jaimaica”, which is cultivated in the states of Guerrero and Oaxaca. The fruity sourness of the Mexican hibiscus, reminds you of dark wild forest berries rounded off by mint and anise notes (reminiscent of Peychaud’s Bitters). It will spark up your drinks and food.

Serving suggestion: Goes well with Sours, Fancies and Aperitifs

SKU: Bitter#5 Categories: ,

Size: 125ml bottle with dropper
Alcoholic Volume: 39%
Pricing: 

  • In Germany: 19,99€ including 7% VAT
  • In Mexico: 300MXN including 16% VAT

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Dr. Sours Bitters are alcoholic preparations flavored with a variety of botanical matter (e.g. herbs, bark, roots or fruits) such that the end result is characterized by a bitter, sour, or even bittersweet flavor. Every flavour and ingredient of Dr. Sours Bitters is natural, organic, seasonal and has been carefully selected and developed by us. They are the only artisanal and handcrafted bitters „Hecho en México“ inspired by mexican traditional cuisine, each of them hand made in small batches using no artificial flavors or dyes.

Dr. Sours Bitters can be used as digestifs and cocktail flavorings, used in drops or dashes. But: They are also considered to be non-potable, meaning that they are not meant to be consumed neat or on the rocks!