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Angostura bitters

[Angostura bottle]

Angostura bitters were developed in 1824 by Dr. J. Siegert, who intended them for use as a tonic to treat fatigue and stomach ailments. It is now the single most widely distributed bar item in the world.

Angostura Bitter is named for the port town of Angostura, Venezuela, and not for the bark of the eponymous tree. It is made from a secret blend of tropical herbs, plant extracts and spices - reportedly over forty ingredients.

Used in the following 48 drinks:

Ingredient Information:
Flavoring / Syrup
44.0% (88 proof)

Related ingredients:

  • Bitters

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