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The story of the Angostura Aromatic Bitter 200ml goes back to Venezuela in the early nineteenth century, when an epidemic of cholera struck the population of Angostura, named for being the narrowest part of the Orinoco River in its wake By Venezuela. The Angostura bitter was then conceived as a medicine to relieve the sick, was created by Dr. Siegert, and was composed of more than 25 local ingredients, among which were fruits, roots, seeds, bark, etc.
Description of Angostura Aromatic Bitter
Angostura Aromatic Bitter
- Color: dark brown, almost black.
- Odor: characteristic of the plant.
- Taste: Bitter.
COUNTRY: Trinidad and Tobago.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: It is not easy to define Angostura. A bitter, a flavor enhancer or a drug? Because Angostura is also-and especially-east, which traces the history. It all started in 1824 in Venezuela. Simon Bolivar's struggle for independence of their COUNTRY:. Prussian army doctor Johann Siegert is infervorisce companies and ideals of Bolivar, and decides to join him to fight at his side. Diseases and injuries that the causes of war, pushing and seek a remedy to relieve the suffering of the soldiers. After four years of trying, finally he born a bitter herb that can improve the health of men, and Siegert gave the name of Angostura, the name of the city where he was stationed, which in 1846 was called Ciudad Bolivar. The war ended with independence and Dr. Siegert began selling its "bitter" which was a worldwide hit. No more as medicine but as a condiment in the kitchen first, and then as addition to alcoholic beverages. A few drops of Angostura Aromatic Bitter make every cocktail into something special. You can not imagine a Manhattan or a Pisco Sour without some bitter tears. Angostura Aromatic Bitter still occurs today as then in the old distillery, according to a recipe never revealed.