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Peychaud's Bitters

Peychaud's Bitters

Sku: BIT-PEYB

Availability: In stock

  Product Name Price Qty
Peychaud's Bitters 5oz Peychaud's Bitters 5oz

Sku: BIT-PEYB-5

$5.95
Peychaud's Bitters 10oz Peychaud's Bitters 10oz

Sku: BIT-PEYB-10

$8.95

Quick Overview

Peychaud's (pay-SHOHDS) bitters originated from a family recipe brought to America by Apothecary (pharmacist), Antoine Amedee Peychaud when he fled Haiti in 1795 and settled in New Orleans. He would often mix up a special brandy toddy according to his own recipe which used his private brand of bitters. This mixture later evolved into the Sazerac, a cocktail which many claim was the original cocktail. In July of 2008, the Sazerac legally became the official cocktail of New Orleans through Louisiana Legislator. Available in 10 ounce and 5 ounce bottles.



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Only available in the continental USA
Peychaud's (pay-SHOHDS) bitters originated from a family recipe brought to America by Apothecary (pharmacist), Antoine Amedee Peychaud when he fled Haiti in 1795 and settled in New Orleans. He would often mix up a special brandy toddy according to his own recipe which used his private brand of bitters. This mixture later evolved into the Sazerac, a cocktail which many claim was the original cocktail. In July of 2008, the Sazerac legally became the official cocktail of New Orleans through Louisiana Legislator. Available in 10 ounce and 5 ounce bottles.

**Only available in continental USA**

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Description Peychaud's (pay-SHOHDS) bitters originated from a family recipe brought to America by Apothecary (pharmacist), Antoine Amedee Peychaud when he fled Haiti in 1795 and settled in New Orleans. He would often mix up a special brandy toddy according to his own recipe which used his private brand of bitters. This mixture later evolved into the Sazerac, a cocktail which many claim was the original cocktail. In July of 2008, the Sazerac legally became the official cocktail of New Orleans through Louisiana Legislator. Available in 10 ounce and 5 ounce bottles.

**Only available in continental USA**
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