Whilst Angostura Bitters have remained a popular cocktail ingredient, Orange Bitters have faded in popularity. At the turn of the last century they were widely used, however; even the classic martini had a dash or two of orange bitters in it.
Certainly worth a try, these bitters do exactly what they should. Non-alcoholic drinks benefit from their citrus zest. Drinks can be tweaked by adding them, whether they normally have other bitters or not. And they make martinis mixed with slightly less than top notch ingredients taste immeasureably better.
Citrus enchancement in a mini-bottle.
UPDATE: The more I use this, the more I like it. Old Fashioneds are excellent with it and The Bamboo - an unlikely but exceptional combination of dry Sherry, Vermouth and Orange Bitters - is pretty much an argument for buying this all by itself.
It's bitter, and it's orange! It comes in a bottle and is great for adding a hint of difference to cocktails or drinks t house parties. Tip: throw a dash into a gin and tonic with some lime and it transforms it into something lovely.
Wanted to experiment with cocktails, saw orange bitters often required in The Gentleman's Companion by Charles H Baker Jr, published 1946 in USA. order dispatched quickly, bitters have great flavour, very pleased.