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2524 W Chicago Ave, #4
Chicago, IL, 60622

3124505867

HOLLOW LEG creates original cocktails, provides recipes, and teaches cocktail classes. All of our cocktails are as local, seasonal, sustainable, and organic as possible!

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Liquor reviews, cocktail recipes, mixology trends, and seasonal ingredients. Includes cocktail tips and info on local whiskey, gin, vodka, beer, and liqueur.

HOLLOW LEG Bitters & Tinctures

Devin Kidner

We're thrilled to announce that we are now bottling our hand-crafted bitters and tinctures! Now the bitters and tinctures you experiment with during class are for sale on-site and online. Until our online shop opens, drop us a line at devin@hollowleg.com for orders or enquiries. 

All bottles listed below are currently available in 1 oz. amber bottles with glass droppers.

Bitters:
Black Walnut
Cinnamon Bark
Citrus
Coriander Seed
Cranberry
Star of Anise

Elixirs: 
Tart Montmorency Cherry

Coming Soon (10 February):
Carrot Cake Bitters
Dark Matter Espresso Bitters
Chocolate Bitters
Thin Mint Cookie Bitters
Bloody Mary Bitters
Rosemary Tincture
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Tinctures:
Catnip (Home-grown catnip from our rooftop garden! Catnip derives from the mint family, has a lovely minty, earthy, and slightly licorice taste. Pairs perfectly with a gin and tonic.)
Cherry Plum (made from local cherry plums)
Lavender (made with purple lavender from Pyrite Sun)
Mick Klug Apricot (apricots from Mick Klug farm in St. Joseph, MI)
Mick Klug Rhubarb (rhubarbfrom Mick Klug farm in St. Joseph, MI)

Special Blends:
Bourbon Vanilla
(made with Maker's Mark and Tahitian Vanilla Beans)
Coconut Citrus (made with Jose Cuervo, toasted coconut, lemons, limes, and oranges)
Tennessee Root Beer (made with Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey, roasted chicory root, black walnut leaves, and star of anise)
Old Fashioned Bitters (made with Maker's Mark, cinnamon bark, star of anise, minnola tangelo, and tart Montmorency cherries)

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