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Dr. Herrick’s Standard Family Medicine

Dr. Herrick’s Standard Family Medicine Herrick’s Strengthening Bitters and Herrick’s Vegetable Tonic Bitters 24 June 2017 Within this post is reference to two early bitters from 1846 and 1847 that seem to be unlisted. The Strengthening Bitters and Vegetable Tonic … Continue reading

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Curtis’ Little Giant Bitters “The King of Tonics”

Curtis’ Little Giant Bitters “The King of Tonics” 05 May 2015 The other day, I did a post on The Little Clark’s Giant Bitters that inspired bitters ephemera collector Joe Gourd, to send me three images for Curtis’ Little Giant Bitters, … Continue reading

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Old Dr. Bone’s Bitters and Pills

Old Dr. Bone’s Bitters and Pills 10 December 2014 At first when I saw mention of an Old Dr. Bones’ Bitters I thought it was in reference to a fictitious person and product. I was wrong. Dr. Bone is real. When I … Continue reading

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Paradise Bitters – Fresno, California

Paradise Bitters – Fresno, California 31 March 2014 I picked up a pretty rare Paradise Bitters at the Morro Bay bottle show this past weekend when I was walking out the doors nearing the end of the two-day show. Lou … Continue reading

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Lewis’ Red Jacket Bitters – New Haven, Connecticut

LEWIS’ RED JACKET BITTERS 14 March 2013 (R•012314-GWA image) While developing posts on Red Cloud Bitters and Red Jacket Bitters, who I affectionately call the Chicago “Indians”, I was reminded of the Lewis’ Red Jacket Bitters from New Haven, Connecticut. This … Continue reading

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