Girl Meets Dirt Old Dames Orchard Tree Bitters | Food Gifts Made In WA
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  • Alcohol, apples, pears, apple tree wood, pear tree wood, aromatics
  • 50ml / Contains alcohol / 40% abv

Eastsound, Orcas Island, Washington

Girl Meets Dirt

Just shy of 10 years in Manhattan, Audra Lawlor walked away from a Wall Street career and convenient city life with her new husband Gerry and two dogs to head West, and start their own (island) Western story. They landed on Orcas Island, and Audra noticed the heirloom orchards and...

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Girl Meets Dirt - Old Dames Orchard Tree Bitters

$18

SKU: 8-08523

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Girl Meets Dirt bitters are an exquisite example of their evolution - from the roots to the buds to the blossoms to the fruit and all the bits left behind, they’ve made something anew. As naturally made as it can get, they macerate all the wee sticks and stems left behind from their preserving process in a locally distilled apple spirit and then age them in the same makers brandy barrels.

Old Dames highlights the heritage orchards they’re honored to work with - apple and pear trees that have been producing abundance for over a century. They adorn them with aromatics (orange zest and fir tips) and let a barrel and time do its thing. Barrel aged, floral and bitter, with no added sugar or artificial flavors, enjoy it alone dashed in to sparkling water, or adorning their shrub based old fashioneds. Dash it in any cocktail recipe requesting bitters. Cheers to the fruit and back! 1.69 oz

 Handmade on Orcas Island

  • Alcohol, apples, pears, apple tree wood, pear tree wood, aromatics
  • 50ml / Contains alcohol / 40% abv

Eastsound, Orcas Island, Washington

Girl Meets Dirt

Just shy of 10 years in Manhattan, Audra Lawlor walked away from a Wall Street career and convenient city life with her new husband Gerry and two dogs to head West, and start their own (island) Western story. They landed on Orcas Island, and Audra noticed the heirloom orchards and...

Learn More