In 1992, unable to find a decent bottling of orange bitters, I set about making my own. Starting with a formula set down by Charles H. Baker Jr., in The Gentleman's Companion, the first batch was flavorful, but one-dimensional. It was time to visit a small store in Greenwich Village to grab some additional botanicals. On my fourth attempt I had it. But the recipe wasn't stable - subsequent batches didn't work. Eventually, Mark Brown, CEO of Sazerac Company, Stanley Schwam, his trusy sidekick, and a whole team of Sazerac boffins labored hard on pinning down the formula you now hold. I hope that cocktailian bartenders will put this product to good use. (from Regans')
Water, Alcohol, Bitter Orange Extract, Herbs & Caramel.