The Tasting Table reviewed Bittermens Spirits in their 11/18/11 newsletter:
But thanks to Janet and Avery Glasser, the husband-and-wife team behind Bittermens, our holiday bartending plan is now clear: We’ll be hinging our cocktails on the company’s just-launched line of spirits ($24 for 375ml). Here, our five-point guide to an easily mixed round.
via Bittermens Spirits answer your holiday drinking questions | Top Shelf – TastingTable (http://tastingtable NULL.com/entry_detail/ts/6233/A_new_family_of_spirits_to_keep_your_family_from_thirst NULL.htm).
Matt Hamlin writes about a trip to Amor y Amargo where he first samples the Commonwealth Tonic Liqueur:
The rise of craft cocktails has been accompanied by micro-distilled spirits, handmade bitters, and flavorful tonic water bottlings, and craft syrups. The goal of these higher-end products is to make better cocktails. Undoubtedly Fever Tree or Fentimen’s tonic waters are superior than Canada Dry-style sugar water. But is tonic all that it can be?
via Bittermens Commonwealth Tonic Cordial « A Jigger of Blog (http://ajiggerofblog NULL.com/2011/11/10/bittermens-commonwealth-tonic-cordial/).
Imbibe Magazine featured Bittermens Spirits in their 2011 Holiday Gift Guide: