Angostura Aromatic Bitters and Angostura Orange Bitters two 4oz bottlesAngostura Aromatic Bitters 4oz bottleAngostura Orange Bitters 4oz bottleBitters are to a cocktail as salt is to soup. Angostura Aromatic Bitters is a highly concentrated food and beverage flavoring. Made from a secret formula, it is a unique blend of natural herbs and spices which is used to flavor a wide variety of foods and drinks.The "secret" was developed in 1824 by Dr. J.G.B. Siegert, a Surgeon General in Simon Bolivar's army in Venezuela. He used his aromatic bitters to improve appetite and digestive well-being of the soldiers. The word "Angostura" came from the town of that name in Venezuela where Dr. Siegert was based. Great for flavoring numerous classic cocktails. Specs: Capacity: 4 oz. 44.7% alcohol by volume.Angostura Aromatic Bitters is a highly concentrated food and beverage flavoring essential to an untold number of classic cocktails. Made from a secret formula, it is a unique and highly secret blend of more than 40 spices and botanicals.That secret was developed in 1824 by Dr. J.G.B. Siegert, the surgeon general in Simon Bolivars army in Angostura, Venezuela. He used his aromatic bitters as a medical elixir to improve appetite and digestive well-being of his soldiers. In time, the bitters were adopted by the 19th century American bartending community to add complexity to cocktails.In 1875, production of Angostura moved to Trinidad, where they are still produced according to the same storied recipe. As the world's quintessential aromatic bitters, Angostura adds depth, intensifies the flavor of other ingredients, and counteracts acidity and alcohol heat in cocktails.A few dashes of Angostura bitters are required in classic Old Fashioneds, Manhattans, and Mai Tais, making a bottle of Angostura a must-have ingredient at your home or commercial bar. Add a dash of bitters (or two) to everything from cocktails to haute cuisine and enjoy the unique savoriness that is unmistakably Angostura!FeaturesGreat for flavoring numerous classic and modern cocktailsMade using a secret recipe from 1824Originally developed in Angostura, VenezuelaContains a blend of more than 40 spices and botanicalsHave become the quintessential aromatic bitters used by the bartending communityEssential to many classic cocktails like the Old Fashioned and Mai TaiComes in a paper-wrapped glass bottle with bright yellow screw-top cap and dasher insertMade in TrinidadAngostura Orange Bitters 4ozAngostura Orange Bitters is unquestionably one of the best. It boasts a floral, citrus-forward aroma and tastes clearly of sweet blood oranges with spicy notes of cardamom and coriander that give way to a dry, bitter orange finish. In sum, it's a beautifully balanced, versatile recipe that complements vodka, gin, whiskey, and rum cocktails, and can also be used in sweet and savory cooking applications.Try a combination of Angostura Orange along with the classic Angostura recipe in your next Old Fashioned, use a few dashes to add complexity to a Margarita, or get creative and devise an original drink. No matter how you use it, you'll appreciate this Angostura aromatic bitters' unparalleled quality.FeaturesImported from Trinidad & TobagoExotic and versatile bittersWorks well with vodka, gin, whiskey, and rumBest-balanced orange bitters availableMade by the bitters experts at AngosturaOrange and geranium on the noseFlavor has notes of sweet blood orange, cardamom, and corianderFinishes dry and bitterIf you're looking for a complex and robust orange bitters for your vintage and modern cocktail recipes, look no further than this riff on the style from the experts at Angostura.Cocktail bitters are spirits infused with flavors, typically from plants, fruits, or spices. They date as far back as the early 1800's, originally used to assist with digestion and cure stomach aches. Infusing your cocktail recipes with just a few drops of bitters will give them an additional level of flavor depth. Many bitters are also renowned for their ability to cure hangovers.Once upon a time, in the 1800s orange bitters were a fixture in bars and indispensable to many cocktail recipes. After Prohibition, they fell into relative obscurity and became nearly impossible to find. That is, until the 21st century cocktail revival. Now, it seems like every bitters manufacturer worth its weight has a orange bitters offering resurrected from vintage formulas. But a handful stand out among the crowd.