angostura angostura


  • (n) the bitter bark of a South American tree; used in medicines and liqueurs and bitters


  1. In no time at all, he became a man for all substitute seasonings, especially angostura bitters, cumin, vinegar, vermouth and table wine (cooking wine contains salt).
  2. Ingredients: 10 "states" of white Dutch curaao; 10 "states" of English gin; 8 of grapefruit juice; 18 of French vermouth; one of angostura bitters, representing Maine; and a .


  • Agency Founder Patrick McGrath Dies

    Patrick McGrath, co-founder and former CEO of Jordan Case McGrath, died Saturday from complications related to prostate cancer at the age of 79. He lived in Pelham Manor, N.Y., and Quiogue, N.Y. Founded in 1969, Jordan Case McGrath began in a suite at the Plaza Hotel in New York with assignments from Angostura Bitters and politicians such as Robert Wagner, Bella Abzug and Francis Sargent. In ...
    on June 25, 2013     Source: AdWeek


  1. "Greystar's Angostura project and Ventana's La Bodega project are part of what we believe is an emerging 20-30 million ounce gold district," Campbell said.
    on Nov 30, 2009 By: Nicholas Campbell Source: Reuters

  2. "This is the Campaign of Angostura, a wide, participatory campaign including all sectors, institutions, thinking currents in any corner of Venezuela. There is the need to create a network, a committee, a chapter, a frame, that enables us to combat...
    on Dec 16, 2008 By: Manuel Rosales Source: El Universal

  3. "I like bourbon, not rye, and I don't like the (Angostura bitters)," says Mitchell with a smile.
    on May 20, 2007 By: Kim Mitchell Source: Toronto Star

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