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angostura bark

angostura bark (ăngˌgəsto͝orˈə, –styo͝orˈə), bitter bark of either of two South American trees (Galipea officinalis and Cusparia felorifuga) of the rue family. Formerly valued as a tonic and quinine substitute, it is now used in angostura bitters, an aromatic appetizer sometimes added to cocktails.
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Most people just mix the drinks without adding the Angostura bitters, which is an essential taste of the drink.
The drink should have a bittersweet tang, so add more Angostura if needed.
I usually use Orange bitters, though many recipes call for Angostura. I've seen variations on the Old Fashioned using the rarely heard of Peychaud's bitters.
Mix 45ml aged bourbon, 15ml plum liqueur, 20ml lime juice, 10ml sugar syrup and a dash of Angostura bitters in a cocktail shaker and shake vigorously.
2 ounces Monkey Shoulder Scotch 1/2 ounce pomegranate molasses 1/2 ounce orange juice 1/2 ounce lemon juice 1 dash Angostura bitters Add all ingredients to a shaker.
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