Tonight our seven (7) finalists will compete in the Angostura bitters North American Cocktail Challenge for their chance to win a trip to Trinidad & Tobago to compete in the 2012 Global Cocktail Challenge! Which will advance?

Did you know Angostura® aromatic bitters helps make marinades zip? This time, Rita shares a recipe for broiled marinated shrimp.

Fall is officially here! Get out your shakers and break out the cider and of course the Angostura® Aromatic Bitters. We scoured the web to find some new favorite autumnal cocktails for you to try. Vote which one you’ll sip this season!

Congratulations to our 2011 North American Cocktail Challenge Finalists! We look forward to meeting all of you in October. Two lucky winners will be on their way to Trinidad & Tobago for the Angostura Global Cocktail Challenge in February!

Make a no-nonsense Old Fashioned! This recipe is like those from before prohibition. Jennifer, our Angostura mixologist shares her favorite way to give your old fashioned a little oomph.

Rita, our Angostura food consultant, shares her favorite ways to get started using Angostura® bitters in the kitchen.

After a long four years of analyzing different qualities in tropical herbs & plants, Dr. Siegert finally found the perfect concoction. He dubbed it “Amargo Aromatico” which means aromatic bitters in 1824.

Meet Rita, Angostura Food Counsultant!

Are you falling behind on entering the Angostura® Cocktail Challenge for your chance to win $5,000? Don’t fret, we have extended the deadline to enter the competition specifically for our procrastinators.

Seasonal ingredients add a special flair to your cocktails. Make them even better by using the freshest produce from your local Farmer’s Market.