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Regan’s Orange Bitters No.6
Regan based his recipe on one from Charles Baker’s 1930s cocktail guide The Gentleman’s Companion, and it took a trip to a witches’-supply store in New York’s Greenwich Village, endless iterations, and a partnership with The Sazerac Company of New Orleans before he landed on the right formula.
This old fashioned orange bitters recipe is a heady combination of orange zest, cardamom, cinchona, caraway, coriander, cinnamon, clove, gentian, and quassia that complement a wide range of spirits and liqueurs. Try a few dashes in your next Old Fashioned, Manhattan, or any other classic cocktail to help round out its ragged edges and add delightful complexity.