BTTR n ° 1 (70cl)

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BTTR n°1 is the result of a special collaboration with an Italian distillery in Milan, which benefits from a unique know-how in the creation of "bitters" best served with sparkling water, or in cocktails, such as Spritz, Americano or Negroni. 

0,0% alc/vol : BTTR is made with sweet orange, bitter orange, lemon, gentian, rhubarb, liquorice and cinnamon. 

🏅 Gold Medal Paris Cocktail Spirits, non-alcoholic spirits category 2021 

🏅 Best innovation according to Paris Cocktail Spirits 2021 

🥈 Silver Medal ISW International Spirits Awards 2021 

🥈 Silver Medalist International Spirits Challenge 2021

Ingredients
BTTR is made with sweet orange, bitter orange, lemon, gentian, rhubarb, liquorice and cinnamon.
Nutritional information
Nutritional information for 100 ml: Calories: 0 kj / 0kcal, Fat: 0g including 0g saturated, Carbohydrates: 0g including 0g sugars, Proteins: 0g, Salt: 0g.
Shipping
Fast and free shipping on orders over 65€ (we deliver only in France and Italy for the moment) Delivered in its individual and eco-responsible protective box. Perfect for a gift.

Tired of overly sweet alternatives?

“The bouquet of botanicals, quite present in the mouth, reveals exquisite flavors when combined with a good tonic or in a cocktail”

Le Figaro Magazine

The expert's opinion on taste

By Flavio Angiolillo, from the 1930, one of the 50 best bars of the world: 

“BTTR n°1: Made with sweet orange, bitter orange, lemon, gentian, rhubarb, licorice and cinnamon. Beautiful color, intense aromas and a long, bitter finish. The best of Italy in a drink that can be tasted with a sparkling water, but I also like it in a Negroni, or with grapefruit juice: less obvious but excellent".

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FAQs

What does JNPR mean?

JNPR pronounces itself "Juniper", in order to highlight the main ingredient of JNPR n°1, the juniper berry ("Juniper berry"), and the promise of a drink based on herbs and spices. In the blink of an eye to its specificity, the vowels disappeared, as did the alcohol.

Is JNPR n°1 a gin?

JNPR n°1 is not a gin. The bouquet of spices we use is similar to a traditional bouquet for a Gin, but we distill it differently.

How do you taste JNPR n°1, BTTR n°1 and JNPR n°2?

Our three references are intended for the preparation of cocktails. For JNPR n°1= Best served with tonic, ginger beer, or in cocktail. BTTR n°1 is served with sparkling water, or as a cocktail, especially for a Spritz or a reinvented Negroni. For JNPR n°2= Best served with tonic, ginger beer, or in cocktail. Direction for use: pour 1/4 of BTTR n°1 into your preparations. To help you prepare great cocktails, we have published several recipes on the COCKTAIL page of this website.

Is JNPR n°1 really sugar-free?

JNPR n°1 has NO sugar, and NO sweetener, which has been a strong commitment since the beginning, when we started working on the recipe.

Do JNPR n°1, BTTR n°1 and JNPR n°2 contain alcohol?

JNPR n°1, BTTR n°1, and JNPR n°2 contain 0.0% alc/vol.

What are your ingredients?

We cannot reveal our recipes in the direction of the manufacturing process, but we are completely transparent about the botanicals we use in our hydrolats: For JNPR n°1: Juniper berries, coriander, jamaican pepper, cinnamon, ginger, cubeb, green cardamom, quassia amarra, angelica seed, and apples. For BTTR n°1: Gentian, quinquina peel, bitter orange, sweet orange, rhubarb, liquorice, cinnamon, lime juice, and elderberry. For JNPR n°2: ginger, green cardamom, Jamaican pepper, and hot pepper. If you are unsure of these ingredients, we encourage you to consult a health professional prior to any consumption of JNPR n°1, BTTR n°1 and JNPR n°2.

Is it possible to drink JNPR n°1, BTTR n°1 and JNPR n°2 during pregnancy?

JNPR n°1, BTTR n°1 and JNPR n°2 contain 0.0% alcohol and there are no specific contraindications. Each woman being special, we publish the list of our ingredients above in this FAQ. If you are in doubt about the latter, we encourage you to consult a health professional before any consumption.

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