Stirrings Blood Orange Bitters
True to its name, blood orange is the most pronounced flavor in this modern bitters interpretation, but gentian gives it a pleasant bitter edge. Try it mixed with whiskey and soda water, or come up with an original creation.
Unlike traditional cocktail bitters recipes, this formula doesn't rely on alcohol to extract flavor from the fruit, spices, and herbs used to build its flavor profile. It's also less concentrated and sweeter than most bitters on the market, which means you'll want to use more than a couple dashes to make it perceptible in your drink.
Cocktail bitters are spirits infused with flavors, typically from plants, fruits, or spices. They date as far back as the early 1800's, originally used to assist with digestion and cure stomach aches. Infusing your cocktail recipes with just a few drops of bitters will give them an additional level of flavor depth. Many bitters are also renowned for their ability to cure hangovers.
12 fl oz