Care for Some Brisket in Your Brandy?

Photo: Courtesy of Bitters, Old Men

Last week it was bacon cologne and this week it’s brisket bitters! Zachary Feldman of Bitters, Old Men tells us that in honor of Passover, he’s created “Marilyn’s Simple Son Bitters,” named for his grandmother Marilyn and his dad, who always read the “simple son” paragraph of the service. Feldman tells us the bitters (intended for brown spirits like brandy and cognac) is “made from kosher plum brandy that’s been fat-washed with jus from a kosher brisket and finished with bay leaf and gentian root.” Starting tomorrow, limited-edition bottles will go for $9.95 at the Meadow.