Use Angostura bitters as an herbal-based ingredient to add a subtle spicy flavor and aroma to your crowd-pleasing cocktails and mixed drinks! The name Angostura comes from the town of Angostura, Venezuela where the flavoring was first produced. This concentrated, botanically-infused alcoholic mixture includes water, 44.7% alcohol, herbs and spices.
The herbal essences of Angostura bitters are well-suited for whiskey and rum drinks and add structure and complexity to fruity cocktails. Serve an Old Fashioned classic cocktail at your bar, restaurant, or lounge made with whiskey, bitters, sugar, and water. Angostura bitters can also be used in mojitos, Manhattans, Island Breezes, and more. Bitter and tangy to the taste, bitters are reminiscent of cinnamon, cardamom, anise, and cloves.