Angostura bitters is a well known classic, for it has survived throughout the Prohibition and made its way to the 21st century. Made with the same original secret recipe since 1824, the world famous Angostura aromatic bitters remains a go-to ingredient for classic and contemporary cocktails like the Old Fashioned, Sazerac, Rob Roy and many more.
Its versatility, however, stretches way beyond the bar counter as it serves as a unique flavour enhancer with the ability to marry flavours in the preparation of all food dishes.
Angostura is one of the two only prohibition survivors, along with Peychaud's. Located in Trinidad, Angostura finds itself in a world leader position. The bright yellow cap of the famous bottle is spotted in most bars and restaurants, which confirms its status of popularity. Angostura exists in 2 internationally famous and accessible flavors : aromatic and orange.
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|Country of origin||Trinidad & Tobago|
|Flavour profile||Aromatic, Spiced, Bitter|
|Matching spirit||Dark Rum, Bourbon, Scotch, Whisky, Mezcal, Red Vermouth, White Vermouth, Cider|
|Material||Glass & Plastic|
|Related cocktails||Old Fashioned, Sours, Manhattan, Hot Toddies and Grogs|