Miracle Mile Bitters Co. "Orange" Bitters 100ml

SKU #1072883

The incredibly elusive Miracle Mile Bitters might just be the Holy Grail for many L.A. mixologists and beyond. I've followed the development of this wonderful little company and its dynamic owner, Louis Anderman, since it was a mere twinkle in his eye. Miracle Mile Bitters is committed to providing you with the absolute finest and most authentic mixology experience possible. We are proud to be the first major retailer to stock these titillating tinctures. Supply will be SHOCKINGLY limited to start, but production should increase easily with greater demand.

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Staff Image By: Mahon McGrath | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/20/2011 | Send Email
What orange is this? What we have in these bitters is not the bright, brittle taste of the Fee’s bitters, the pungent, fresh orange of Angostura’s version, nor the bracing, spicy heavy flavor of Regan’s. Instead, while Miracle Mile has put the emphasis on the bitter side of term “orange bitters” in their rendition, they’ve kept the overall effect balanced and subtle. Dried, aromatic peel segues neatly into the warm, dry, bitter background. A couple of dashes of this in a martini certainly added another layer of flavor, but the bitters didn’t really announce themselves, which seems to me an ideal state of affairs if you’re looking to create a drink that’s a harmonious whole. If not, well, keep on dashing until you find an intensity that suits your tastes!

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