ORANGE BITTERS

Orange Bitters has been added to “By the Dutch” range of products, beginning of 2016, when their partners asked for these bitters to support the Old Genever and Batavia Arrack. Orange Bitters is a great supplement to your punch.

Country of origin THE NETHERLANDS

ORANGE AND WORMWOOD

The aroma of bitter orange peel is in the foreground, completed by spicy flavors of cardamom, coriander and nutmeg. The taste I powerful spic and bitter with hints of orange peel and wormwood. On the nose you feel a distinct scent of spices with hints of orange peel and wormwood. The colour of this Orange Bitters is orange, transparent.

Still -
Alcohol 45%
Volume 5CL
Age -
Produced by by the dutch
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About the producer

By the Dutch

“By the Dutch” is a producer of traditional spirits with a Dutch heritage. It is founded in 2015. Their products are mainly distilled and handcrafted in Schiedam in Netherlands, the so-called “Genever-Town”.

The Netherlands has always played a leading role in the world of fine spirits. The Dutch were the first to understand the art of making excellent spirit from agricultural products, that technology has spread across the world. Also The Dutch were the first liqueur producers in the world.
The traditional Dutch Spirits are doing extremely well these days, and the reputation of Dutch Spirits keeps growing abroad, the quality of Dutch Spirits is recognized and increasingly appreciated by an expending group of consumers and professionals. Love for the product, timing, sense of ingredients and flavor and an excellent nose are qualities that have been passes through for generations, and the knowledge of the products within the Dutch Distilleries are transferred from father to children.

The main goal with this brand is to create national and international awareness of these Dutch spirits.

About the producer

By the Dutch

“By the Dutch” is a producer of traditional spirits with a Dutch heritage. It is founded in 2015. Their products are mainly distilled and handcrafted in Schiedam in Netherlands, the so-called “Genever-Town”.