This post is sponsored by ANGOSTURA. All comments and opinions are my own.
When stocking a home bar, you have so many choices. You want to include the essential liquors and mixers needed for the popular drinks, but you also want options to ensure there is versatility in the cocktails that you can make.
Adding ANGOSTURA bitters to your home set-up is the perfect way to create a nice variety of tasty and delicious drinks! It’s amazing what a dash or two of these bitters will do for the flavor of almost any cocktail!
An essential ingredient in flavoring cocktails, ANGOSTURA bitters has over 190 years of well-preserved tradition and expertise behind its name. Classic and impressively versatile, these bitters continue to be a mainstay behind the bar and in kitchens around the world. So why not add that excitement to your home bar too?!
Looking for a tasty drink to kick things off? Bring out that great taste at your next brunch or luncheon when you serve up the Ultimate Prosecco Mimosa. For my recipe, ANGOSTURA orange bitters is a must-have ingredient. Made from its own special recipe, ANGOSTURA orange bitters are a complex blend of tropical oranges extracts and spices. It adds depth of flavor to any cocktail
All you need is just a few drops to add a rich flavor that you just can’t get from plain orange juice. It’s the quick and easy way to take a simple drink from basic to extraordinary.
Ultimate Prosecco Mimosa
- dash ANGOSTURA orange bitters
- 4 oz chilled prosecco
- 4 oz chilled fresh squeezed orange juice - strained of any pulp
- maraschino cherry and orange wedge for garnish
- Add a dash of ANGOSTURA orange bitters to a champagne flute and gently pour in the prosecco.
- Add the orange juice and garnish with a cherry and orange wedge
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Start dashing! ANGOSTURA bitters has been turning drinks into cocktails for almost 200 years.