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“A cocktail cabinet without Angostura is like a kitchen without salt and pepper.” ANGOSTURA® aromatic bitters adds a layer of complexity, intensifies the flavor of other ingredients, counteracts the harshness of acidic contents and decreases the harshness of spirits. But it doesn’t stop there – it also helps cleanse the palate and aid in digestion. Ever had an Old Fashioned, Manhattan, Pink Gin or Mai Tai? Then you’ve experienced ANGOSTURA® aromatic bitters. It’s the can’t-miss bottle behind the bar, featuring an over-sized label and distinct yellow cap."
Few flavours delight one’s palate in a way that leaves you wanting more. None more so than the rich taste of cocoa! ANGOSTURA®, celebrated worldwide for its rich history in creating aromatic and orange bitters, has expanded its renowned collection to include ANGOSTURA® cocoa bitters. We only use the world’s finest, the Trinitario cocoa from Trinidad and Tobago. This paired with 200 years of unparalleled bitters expertise have resulted in this truly decadent, indulgent new flavour. Top notes of rich bitter, floral, nutty cocoa with a bold infusion of aromatic botanicals provide endless possibilities to remix classic cocktails and put a luxurious spin on a main dish or a sweet treat. Trinidad and Tobago is one of the few countries designated as a 100% fine or flavour cocoa producer. A status it has held for decades.
A few dashes of Bangkok Betty is like riding an elephant through a flavor jungle of citrusy Thai flavors like kaffir lime, lemongrass, chile, and ginger. Never the shy one, she brings the heat with a touch of sweet and has an affinity for gin, vodka, tequila, and sparkling wine cocktails.
Dale's bitters also has many culinary applications:
Use in marinades, stews, gumbo, or as a finish when sautéing. Dash over grilled seafood, stuffed clams or fried oysters for a truly outstanding flavor.
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The famous Peychaud's Bitters is a required ingredient for the Sazerac Cocktail. It is also used as a standard aromatic bitters in many standard cocktails. Originally made by Antoine Amedie Peychaud, an apothecary in New Orleans.