Angostura Orange Bitters, 100ml | Orange Cocktail Aperitif
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Maraschino Luxardo is a classic Italian liqueur and is presented in it's traditional way, rafia covered bottle and all. I've lived in Brighton for over 20 years and studied at the University of Brighton and Plumpton College. Angostura is the first expansion of the great bitter now with a high quality and concentrated orange flavour, making this perfect for use in the highest of quality cocktails. t blends Caribbean orange peel and a range of spices including cinnamon, cardamom and cloves, and works a treat cocktails, particularly those with a rum or whisky base. Background: In 1824 the House of Angostura mastered the production of their aromatic bitters, and almost 200 years on, they have developed their first brand extension, Angostura orange bitters.
It may not be reproduced in any way whatsoever without Ocado Limited's prior consent, nor without due acknowledgement. The soul of an exceptional dry martini”; it is wonderfully versatile and pairs perfectly with vodka, gin and whisky.
Hailing from north Surrey I moved to Brighton in 2006 and have recently moved to the Seven Dials area with my family which we love.
It works best when mixed with clear spirits such as vodka, gin and white rum, but that is no where near its capacity of use.Favourite tipples at the moment are mixed fermentation ales, Imperial Stouts, Tequila Reposado and a recently discovered love of Beaujolais. This little bottle is a complex blend of tropical oranges and spices and pairs especially well with whisky or rum cocktails. Grapefruit is one of those flavours that is often forgotten about but here it takes the centre stage and is supported by the spicy botanicals mix that The Bitter Truth is known for. A massive success since their arrival in 2007, these orange bitters are only the second Angostura Bitters ever made since the appearance of the original bitters in 1824.
Its complex and layered notes, anchored by a balanced orange zest flavour, work incredibly well with all spirits. Go back in time to the downright dirty history of the American speakeasy and you’ll find Angostura Orange bitters in a huge number of different drinks. Imported directly from Italy, each jar is home to around 50 cherries and even a single cherry can be enough to add a sweet, decadent edge to your drinks. The soul of an exceptional dry martini”; it is wonderfully versatile and pairs perfectly with vodka, gin and whisky.With its history in apothecary Peychaud’s Bitters has a strong authentic flavour which was originally dispensed as a medicinal tonic. Grapefruit adds a zesty citrus tang to any drink and pairs up beautifully with gin, vodka and light rum.