Versatile Angostura Bitters Add Flavor to Cocktails and Cooking
June 4, 2018
Angostura® Bitters Infuse Rich Texture of Flavor
Cocktails and cooking—what could be better? Today we’re combining both with an ingredient that has a 190-year history—Angostura bitters.
We’re mixing up signature cocktails with London-based mixologist JJ Goodman, who’s serving up two delicious drinks made with Angostura Bitters, pairing them with some delicious appetizers.
Angostura® bitters are now indispensable in the kitchen, subtly marrying flavors, enhancing and enriching, turning every meal into a delightful experience. It remains a staple in delicious drinks, enhances cocktails by creating a balance. You can’t make proper classic drinks like Old Fashioneds, Manhattans or Rob Roys without Angostura bitters!
The latest innovation from the House of Angostura, Amaro di Angostura® is derived from the bespoke process used in creating the House of Angostura’s iconic aromatic bitters. It is a deep amber color, offering aromas of cinnamon, dark chocolate and unmistakable Angostura® aromatic bitters. The finish is perfectly balanced, exotic, lush and reminiscent of the essence of Trinidad and Tobago’s pulsating rhythms, tropical climate and beauty. This beautiful liqueur can be enjoyed over ice, is splendid on its own and offers delicious harmony in a cocktail.
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