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Dashfire Bitters

Dashfire Bitters

Largest selection of bitters in the world.

DFB 100ml Single Flavor ALL

S.F.F

Single Flavor Family of Bitters

These bitters are for the creative cocktail and culinary minds out there. Direct and to the point but also wildly complex, these flavors add their own element. They also meld well together for complexity and true mastery of flavor.

Dashfire Single Flavours

Specialty Bitters

J.Thomas

Based on the original 1862 formula this bitter harkens back to an earlier time. Complex and sweet, featuring fresh lemon and orange, combined with rich and complex flavors like raisin and rosemary.

Creole

Your Sazarac Cocktail will thank you. Our version of the classic uses only natural ingredients and honors the gentian-style bitter by featuring sweet flavors like pomegranate, making  it rich in flavor and color.

Spiced Apple

All that you would expect from such a comforting flavor. Warm spices meld with a mix of botanicals like juniper and pink peppercorn for a unique but easy-to-use bitter.

Aromatic

Whether you're muddling an orange or just adding bitters to your whiskey, this cold weather bitter will round out your cocktail. This bitter honors the traditional Old Fashioned and its many spirited versions.

Dashfire Speciality Bitters
Vintage orange
Dashfire Bitters

Dashfire Vintage Orange No. 1

Our signature product, Dashfire Vintage Orange Bitters is Minnesota’s first (and only) barrel-aged bitters.  Fresh orange rind is combined with quality bourbon and select spices, and then aged in a Minnesota-made white oak barrel to incorporate the flavor and sugars of the oak. Perfect for the classics like Old Fashioneds and Manhattans.

Dashfire Vagabond Series

Vagabond Series

This series of bitters comes from our passion for travel, cultures and flavors.

 Mole

This wonderful chocolate, spicy and slightly savory bitter was specifically designed to compliment tequila and mezcal cocktails but also tastes great with bitter orange Campari cocktails.

 Mr. Lee's

...was the name my students in China gave me when I was teaching there. The flavors are one of a kind but if pressed I would say it mirrors five-spice flavors.

 Chai'Walla 

Chai bitter.