Cucumber & Rose Gin Cocktail  made with  Hendrick's Gin, Rose Water, Cucumber, St. Germain, Peychaud's Bitters, Lime Juice and Cardamom. So refreshing, easy, pretty and pink!

Cucumber & Rose Gin Cocktail

Cucumber & Rose Gin Cocktail - Hendrick's Gin, Rose Water, Cucumber and St. Food photography by Paul S. Food styling by Andrea J.

Peychaud's Bitters is a bitters distributed by the Sazerac Company.[1][2] It was originally created around 1830 by Antoine Amédée Peychaud, a Creole apothecary from the French colony of Saint-Domingue (now Haiti) who settled in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1795.[3][4] It is a gentian-based bitters, comparable to Angostura bitters, but with a lighter body, sweeter taste, and more floral aroma. Peychaud's Bitters is an important component of the Sazerac cocktail

The cocktail as we know it today was born in New Orleans, and this GoNOLA history lesson takes you from New Orleans cocktail origins to today.

My favourite Hendricks gin with rose and cardamom! I'll call it the English Rose :-D 1.5 oz of Hendrick’s gin .75 oz of rose syrup .25 oz of fresh lemon juice 1 oz fresh ruby red grapefruit 3 dashes of Peychauds bitters lemon/lime sparkling water or tonic water, to top off.

Hendricks gin with rose and cardamom! The English Rose oz of Hendrick’s gin . 75 oz of rose syrup oz of fresh lemon juice 1 oz fresh ruby red grapefruit 3 dashes of Peychauds bitters lemon/lime sparkling water or tonic water, to top off

Peychaud's Bitters: A New Orleans Take on Aromatic Bitters — The 9-Bottle Bar

Peychaud's Bitters: A New Orleans Take on Aromatic Bitters — The 9-Bottle Bar

In the past, we& written about aromatic bitters and covered some brands to fit your budget. But one well-known bottle was noticeably absent from the mix: the storied New Orleans original, Peychaud& Bitters.

Classic Bohemian cocktail made with gin, grapefruit juice, elderflower liqueur, and bitters. Topped with a foamy egg white head.

Bohemian Cocktail with Elderflower Foam

The Bohemian cocktail with elderflower foam is a twist on the classic Bohemian cocktail by adding a foamy egg white head shaken with elderflower liqueur.

Peychaud's Bitters: A New Orleans Take on Aromatic Bitters — The 9-Bottle Bar

Peychaud's Bitters: A New Orleans Take on Aromatic Bitters — The 9-Bottle Bar

Peychaud's Bitters: A New Orleans Take on Aromatic Bitters — The Bar

The Pinkest Gin - Gin, Grapefruit Juice, Lemon Juice, Quince Syrup (Recipe), Peychaud's Bitters.

The Pinkest Gin

The Pinkest Gin 2 ounces gin ounce grapefruit juice, from 1 grapefruit ounce lemon juice, from 1 lemon 1 ounce homemade quince syrup 2 dashes Peychaud's bitters

Bitter Spring: Fernet Branca, Flor de Cana 4-Year Rum, Ginger Syrup, Toasted Hazelnut Orgeat, Lemon Juice, and Peychaud's Bitters, by Sother Teague, Amor y Amargo

Bitter Spring: Fernet Branca, Flor de Cana 4-Year Rum, Ginger Syrup, Toasted Hazelnut Orgeat, Lemon Juice, and Peychaud's Bitters, by Sother Teague, Amor y Amargo

Ninth Ward: Bourbon, Elderflower Liqueur, Lime Juice, Falernum, Peychaud's Bitters, Orange Zest.

Ninth Ward: Bourbon, Elderflower Liqueur, Lime Juice, Falernum, Peychaud's Bitters, Orange Zest.

Confetti Gin Fizz Cocktail // gin, lemon, grenadine, st. germaine, peychaud's bitters

Confetti Gin Fizz Cocktail

Confetti Gin Fizz Cocktail // gin, lemon, grenadine, st. germaine, peychaud's bitters

Sazerac Cocktail with Peychaud's bitters

They may be called for in fewer cocktails than Angostura bitters, but Peychaud's bitters have an important place in cocktail history and .

At the Sugar House, the Scandanavian Merchant is made with aquavit, St. Germain, fresh citrus juices, lemon verbena and Peychauds Bitters.

At the Sugar House, the Scandanavian Merchant is made with aquavit, St. Germain, fresh citrus juices, lemon verbena and Peychauds Bitters.

Red Maple Swizzle 2 oz Smith & Cross Rum 1 oz Lemon Juice 1 oz Maple Syrup 2 dash Peychaud's Bitters

Party Idea for fall 2 parts Rum, 1 part Lemon Juice, 1 part Maple Syrup and 2 dashes of Peychauds Bitters

Vieux Carre - classic cocktail with equal parts Cognac and Rye, as well as Sweet Vermouth, Benectine and Angostura and Peychaud's bitters.

Vieux Carre

Get our recipe for a great Vieux Carre. Learn everything you need to know to make a perfect Vieux Carre.

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