Orange bitters is a cocktail flavoring made from the peels of Seville oranges, cardamon, caraway seed, coriander and burnt sugar in an alcohol base. Orange bitters, which are not to be confused with standard Angostura bitters, are currently enjoying a resurgence among cocktail enthusiasts. For many years, it was difficult to find orange bitters in the United States and elsewhere. Because of this, some cocktail recipes which traditionally contained orange bitters may now exclude that ingredient. Fee Brothers of New York has been producing orange bitters for many years, but distribution was limited. Mixologist Gary Regan created an orange bitters in the 1990s to fulfill his needs for a "decent bottling of orange bitters". There are now a number of different brands on the market.
- Perry, C. (2006). "A revival of bitters? Sweeeet!", Los Angeles Times, 2006-01-25, p. F-8. Retrieved on 2009-02-08.
- Fee Brothers, producers of orange bitters
- Regan's Orange Bitters #6
- The Bitter Truth, a German producer of orange bitters, aromatic bitters, and orange flower water
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