Made with 100% tomato juice and real horseradish, Hella Co. Bloody Mary Mix has just the right amount of bite and texture. Shaking up a Bloody for yourself and guests is easy! Just combine mix and vodka over ice and you're off to the races.
Fewer drinks are more classic and more refreshing than a Greyhound made with fresh grapefruit juice. Its Hibiscus counterpart is one of them. Hella Hibiscus cocktail mixer is made with real dried hibiscus flower petals and vanilla bean. View full recipe →
Mix yourself a truly unique and refreshing Rum & Cola with Hella Cola Cocktail Syrup. We've the best parts of classics tonic and cola sodas and matches them together perfectly. Dry, aromatic and perfect with aged rum.
There's a reason this is a favorite pick me up among bartenders. After a big night, few things will help bring you back more than a tall refreshing seltzer with a hefty dose of cocktail bitters. But for us, it doesn't stop there - hot ass summer day? Ice-cold bitters and soda. Tummy ache? Ice-cold bitters and soda. Healthy alternative to sugary sodas? You get the idea...
A foundational American cocktail. The name of which is not easily traced to the populous island where it is often enjoyed. This elegant drink requires a gentle touch and the Italian vermouth must not be overlooked.
If there's one thing we find more welcoming than the crack of cocktail ice, it's the cozy aroma of freshly baked pie. That's why, every March 14th, we infuse everyone's favorite mathematical constant with a few healthy dashes of Hella bitters. Happy Pi Day!
As we all know by now, Cocktail bitters are generally enjoyed in delicious cocktails, but bitters, which are really just robust flavor extracts, also add layers of flavor when used in cooking. When baking we regularly swap out vanilla extract for one of our bitters flavors. The orange Hella Bitters in particular pair perfectly with dark chocolate chunks in cookies.
This is a real crowd pleasing confection - it can be enjoyed on it’s own or used in a salad or apple pie. Make it and see, it’s delicious enough to spruce up any holiday recipe. It can also be made up to two days ahead, just remember; keep it dry, in a sealed container and OUT of the fridge.
We made these bitters for the first time when we were experimenting with flavor profiles that would benefit a nice aged tequila. We love the warming depth of Mexican chocolate. It's mix of baking spice and chili pepper result in a satisfying complexity.
If you crack an old cocktail book you're liable to notice two bitters appear frequently. The first, Aromatic will always be the most prevalent, but right behind it is Orange. Good orange bitters are hard to come by but they are quintessential to any bar. This recipe is deceptively simple.
Cranberry and Ginger are two ingredients that are meant for each other. They also happen to be incredibly versatile. With distinct bitterness and intensity they play well not just with milder spirits like vodka but can also stand up to the richness of brandy and whiskies. These bitters add a unique seasonal twist to any cocktail you can dream up.