Orange Bitters are a jumble of botanicals that tune your cocktails. And Bab Louie’s Bitters are purely non-alcoholic. Cocktails, as we know, largely possess sweet-sour flavors, and topping these drinks with a bitter makes them more flavorsome, more complete. In short, if you want to spice up your cocktails, a Bitter is the Holy Grail!
Bablouie Orange Bitters are classic bitters made from 15 special botanicals and exotic oranges, creating a harmonious balance of botanicals and Sun-Ripened Sweet Oranges.
Bab Louie orange bitters adds a layer of complexity & has a unique fruity and bitter taste with clear hints of orange and caramel. This bitter creates a wonderful layer of flavour and brings balance to drinks and food recipes in just a few magical dashes.
It makes a perfect addition to numerous classic cocktails & Orange bitters also add a fruity and zesty edge to any food recipes, which makes it a good element for household kitchens too.
Bab Louie Orange Bitters are made from a blend of sweet and bitter orange peel, as well as a variety of herbs and spices macerated in rum. On the nose, Bab Louie Orange Bitters opens with a classic marmalade smell. Following that are delicate flavors of spices such as fragrant cinnamon and nutmeg. Cardamom and caraway make an appearance on the initial taste, followed by real orange peel oil. Bab Louie Orange Bitters complements the original Dry Martini Cocktail’s flavor and works well with any other alcohol or liqueur.
It’s difficult to trace the origins of orange bitters. Many cocktail historians have noted that cocktail history is often hazy because it’s the history of things that happen while people are drinking, and the history of orange bitters may well be lost in the haze of one-too-many. Orange bitters were widely used in cocktail recipes by the end of the 1800s, but possibly their most famous application was in the original dry martini.
Orange bitters are a tangy mix of spices and tropical oranges. The orange notes come from dried orange peels from Seville or the West Indies, along with spices like gentian root, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, and coriander. Orange bitters are an excellent method to bring out the tastes in white spirits, particularly gin. In addition to gin and white vermouth, the original martini recipe called for orange bitters.
Bab Louie’s mixes are tested, tried, and tasted by a host of experts before they finally make it to your home bar. In this video, watch VikramAditya Mishra talk about Bab Louie’s premixes, and give a deeper insight about the product, the ingredients that go in, and what all fun you can have with it. At the end, however, he, too, is left smacking his lips. Just can’t help!