Ginger is one of our favorite ingredients. It’s versatility lends to sweet, savory, spicy and earthy cocktails. Our formula uses both dried and crystallized ginger and lots of real lemon peels. The result is a bitters with the vibrant kick you expect from ginger coupled with the brightness of lemon. Familiar but unlike anything you’ve ever tasted.
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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."
Made from its own special recipe, ANGOSTURA® orange bitters is a complex blend of tropical oranges and spices. “The soul of an exceptional dry martini”; it is wonderfully versatile and pairs perfectly with vodka, gin and whisky. It also adds a depth of flavour to rum cocktails. Its complexity and layers of flavour also make it a culinary must-have ingredient. A perfect accompaniment to savoury sauces, seafood and chocolate.
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 Originally made by Antoine Amedie Peychaud, an apothecary in New Orleans.