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Bitters are a simple combination of high-proof, neutral grain alcohol infused with bittering roots or herbs, and can be pepped up with aromatic and flavored plants or spices.
Bitters have millennia of history behind them: Cultures in Ancient Egypt and China infused herbs, roots, and barks in grain alcohol for medicinal purposes.
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