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Peychaud's Bitters?

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I'm looking for some Peychaud's Bitters in Montreal. I've even called a few bars and restaurants to ask for help locating any, but no luck!
I did find a few online stores selling them, but they don't ship to Canada. The Buffalo Trace Distillery that produces it does ship to Canada for wholesale orders (I guess the duty and shipping gets expensive for only one or two bottles?)
Anyways, I'm looking for somewhere I could just go and buy some, not have to order it online.
Help please!

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  1. Call Douceurs du Marché at Atwater Market to see if they stock any: they do stock Fee Bros, but I am not sure about Peychaud's.

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    1. re: TheSnowpea

      Yes, it was one of the first places I called.
      I ended up ordering some from http://www.cocktailkingdom.com/, now I just pray that Customs will let my package through to get them by Friday!

      1. re: hairspraymafia

        I hear your pain. Ended up buying some bitters in the US while I was there a couple of weeks ago (some Peychauds and other Fee Bros). I think that's how most restaurants and bars get them as well. (Not that there are many bars/restaurants that flaunt their use of bitters).

        1. re: estilker

          What kind of stores sells the bitters in the USA? Like, they sell Angostura in the grocery store here but even in Ontario I can't find Peychauds (don't think it is really available anywhere in Canada actually). I will be travelling to the USA next week but wondering if they sell it in grocery stores or speciality liquor stores?

          1. re: ylsf

            I've seen it in liquor stores in the U.S. It depends where you will be, but if you're in Florida, Total Wine usually stocks it.

    2. The shipping costs to Canada are MAGNIFICENT, but you can also get it from Cocktail Kingdom in NYC.
      https://www.cocktailkingdom.com/Produ...

      You may want to order a variety of bitters, since it looks like the cost is the same for 1 or 2 bottles (I was testing out their shopping cart).

      1. Douceurs du Marché told me last week or so that they can't import because the label is not bilingual