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Angostura Orange Bitters, 4-Ounce


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  • A pack of 4-Ounce
  • Creates a truly unique new style of bitters
  • A harmonious balance of bitter orange fruit and sun-ripened sweet oranges
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Angostura Orange Bitters, 4-Ounce + Angostura Aromatic Cocktail Bitters - 4 oz Bottle + Luxardo, Maraschino Cherries 13 oz.
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Ingredients
Glycerine, Water, Alcohol, Natural Flavors, Spices, Caramel Color.

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Product Description

Blending two varieties of citrus essence with their distinctive herbs and spices – creates a truly unique new style of bitters. A harmonious balance of bitter orange fruit and sun-ripened sweet oranges from the Caribbean bring a depth of orange flavour. The perfect enhancement to an endless variety of culinary delights and cocktails

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 4 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001ACDOA0
  • UPC: 075496331143
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,587 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

Not too bitter, not too sweet.
Vic Fish
Angostura has produced a very good orange bitters to go along with their classic, world-famous cocktail bitters.
Rodolphe Boulanger
I could find the original Angostura Bitters at every retailer.
Douglas P Smith

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Adam Machanic on June 22, 2008
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I think it's fair to say that Angostura's ubiquitous aromatic bitters are the standard against which all other aromatic bitters are judged. And with the release of Angostura's orange bitters, I believe that the company has created a new standard in that area as well.

These bitters are zesty, sharp, and deliver a gigantic orange punch. I am a huge fan of Regan's orange bitters, but where those go off into a deeper, spicier direction, Angostura's offering stays laser focused on orange, orange, and more orange. Brilliant. I highly recommend these bitters for anyone who needs a bit more orange accent in your cocktails -- and really, who doesn't?
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Lynn Hoffman, author:Radiation Days: A Comedy VINE VOICE on May 7, 2009
a single drop in the glass before you pour a wheat beer (belgian style) does the job much better than a slice of orange. the flavor hit is pure aromatic orange without the nasty taste of the pith.
failed experiments included:
*more than one drop: over the top
*in a glass of budmillcoor lite: weirdly bitter and flavorless at the same time
*in a trappist ale: puts the beer out of balance

Lynn Hoffman, author The Short Course in Beer
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Scott Cherry on August 29, 2008
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Angostura has been a brand name well-known to my family for generations. As a child, I remember my grandfather and keeping a bottle around. These days, I always have one on hand and so do most of my friends. Recently my local grocery store stopped carrying Angostura regularly so I looked online for it (as almost everything is available online these days) and much to my surprise it was available in original and orange flavor!

I haven't yet tried any other brands or flavors of bitters, but I do know that I thoroughly enjoy Angostura orange bitters and will be buying another bottle. In fact, I may have been converted to orange. I find it versatile in that its great for cocktails, non-alcoholic mixers, and flavoring carbonated water such as club soda and seltzer. Like the original, the more you add, the more pronounced the flavor can be so the flavor can range from a delicate hint to bold.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Dante on November 2, 2010
I have been working my way back to classic cocktail recipes ever since reading David Wondrich's book Imbibe! on the great Professor Jerry Thomas and his cocktail recipes and techniques. A wealth of information there and a beginning of a long journey to try to recreate the cocktail prior to the great disaster called Prohibition. As a martini drinker, I naturally wanted to explore the tastes of the original drink so I began with orange bitters. In my market there were no retailers who carried orange bitters, so I had to rely on the ever more expensive places that will ship the stuff to your door. I started with Fee Brothers orange bitters and then tried the Peychaud version of Gary Regan's orange bitters (no. 6). Finally about 3 months ago a local liquor and wine store chain started stocking the new Angostura orange bitters. Thinking it would be easier and less expensive to support a local merchant and also wanting to try the bitters, I picked up a bottle. I was a little taken aback when I saw the retail price, $11 versus $7 for Fee Brothers and $6 for Regan's. I decided to try it anyway.

Upon opening the bottle I realized that the bottle itself was orange colored and the internal contents were virtually colorless. Having made many fruit and peel extractions for liqueurs, I was very suspicious. Forging on I sniffed the aroma from the open bottle. The first smell is definitely orange, with an underlying clove aroma and something cloying behind those aromas that does not seem to work well. In the drink the orange flavor is good and the bitterness that is necessary in a quality bitter is apparent. But it seems to me that it is quickly overwhelmed by something like a passion fruit flavor that definitely does not belong in a martini. I would consider using this product in drinks that have some fruit juice and will experiment some with it. I think wit would compliment a splash of pineapple juice in a drink like the Cobalt, but I would not use it in a martini.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Daniel B. Williams on January 9, 2013
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Angostura Orange Bitters is now the third product in a tiny little product niche that includes long-standing stalwart Fee Brother's and Regan's No. 6. Since the traditional Angostura Bitters (essential ingredient in Manhattan and Pegu Club cocktails) is an institution that has extremely wide distribution, this product is piggybacking off the older product's brand recognition and iconic status. So why does this product cost $9.95 for 4 oz. when Regan's No. 6 costs $6.26 for 5 oz. and Fee Brothers costs $6.99 for 5 oz.? The answer is that price probably doesn't matter if you've got the distribution. How many bottles of orange bitters you gonna go through this year, Bippy?

Buy Amazon's 3-pack with one bottle of each brand, and you'll be set -- and confused -- for life.

Angostura Orange Bitters happen to be very good.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By nbowncrawford on February 16, 2012
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Bitters have been so strong in the craft-cocktail scene these days, and we are always searching for the best quality and flavors to put behind our bar. This version of Angostura Bitters (Orange) contributes a wonderfully tart and sweet hint to any drink. We are incredibly happy with the results that have been shown when using these. The Price point on this bottle wins all the starts however, as our wholesale purveyors carry the same product for about $5 higher than Amazon's list-price.
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