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Bitters and Ale

Bitters and Ale

Ales are rich complex beer types with a more yeasty flavour than lagers. Fermentation for ales take place at a high temperature so the yeasts can act quickly on the brew. For most ales, fermentation period occurs within two weeks. There are different types of ales including Pale Ales, Indian Pale Ale, Brown Ale, Porters and German Wheat Beer. Bitter is an English term for Pale Ale and came from brewers who wanted to differentiate these ales from other mild brews.  Most bitters  are gold to copper in colour and are light bodied.

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Orijin Bitters - 20CL

Orijin Bitters – 20CL

Orijin Bitters is an alcoholic herbal drink that is made to appeal to Nigerian tastes and the Nigerian culture. It is an alcoholic blend of traditional Nigerian herbs and roots for that unique medicinal taste.   

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Orijin Bitters - 75CL

Orijin Bitters – 75CL

Orijin Bitters is an alcoholic herbal drink that is made to appeal to Nigerian tastes and the Nigerian culture. It is an alcoholic blend of traditional Nigerian herbs and roots for that unique medicinal taste.   

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Campari Bitters -1LTR (x6Bottles)

Campari Bitters -1LTR (x6Bottles)

Campari Bitters is the perfect aperitif with its distinctive red colour, aroma and pleasantly bittersweet flavour. Enjoy it mixed with orange juice, grapefruit juice, soda over ice or in an Americano or Italian Mojito cocktail. Campari Bitters is a contemporary, charismatic classic drink. The recipe came from Novara in 1860…

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Campari Bitters -1LTR

Campari Bitters -1LTR

Campari Bitters is the perfect aperitif with its distinctive red colour, aroma and pleasantly bittersweet flavour. Enjoy it mixed with orange juice, grapefruit juice, soda over ice or in an Americano or Italian Mojito cocktail. Campari Bitters is a contemporary, charismatic classic drink. The recipe came from Novara in 1860…

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