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Orange Bitters #6 is a pale orange in color and clear. It smells of bitter oranges and honey, with a flowery topnote, but the palate is driven by an assertively peppery bitterness that cuts through the sweetness of the citrus.
Created Gary Regan, author, mixologist, raconteur, bon vivant, and lovable scoundrel.
Notes: A modified version of a original bitter recipe created Gary Regan, author, mixologist, raconteur, bon vivant, and lovable scoundrel. Is it truly “No. 6?” Perhaps. Is it truly “Formula 409?” It doesn’t matter, this is great stuff!
Part of the almost demise of bitters in general is the sloppy research and omission of bitters in many modern cocktail books – many people say “They don’t use bitters in drinks anymore so why mention them to a recipe?” which of course just adds to the problem. If a book doesn’t mention bitters for at least martinis and manhattans don’t buy it! It means the person who wrote it has no idea what they are doing and are perpetuating mediocre books and ignorance. Bitters blend the other ingredients together, add many layers and depths of flavor, and may even help your digestion.