Orange bitters are a type of cocktail bitters where the flavor of sweet or bitter oranges predominates. While orange bitters were very popular in the 19th century bar, they fell out of favor, and it was only in the mid-1990's that commercial versions of orange bitters reappeared on the market.

There are three major producers of orange bitters:

Some popular cocktails containing Orange bitters

  • Interborough — Rye, Sweet vermouth, Maraschino Liqueur, Orange bitters, Pineapple Gum Syrup, Lemon juice, Orange juice, Orange peel, Maraschino cherry
  • David Denizen — Light rum, White port, Orange liqueur, Orange bitters
  • Colette — Sparkling rosé wine, Blanco tequila, Cappelletti Aperitivo, Aromatized wine, Orange bitters, Herbal liqueur, Grapefruit peel
  • La Savane — Aromatized wine, Rhum Agricole, Mezcal, Swedish Punsch, Orange bitters, Orange peel
  • The Lady Chesdin — Gin, Dry vermouth, Orange bitters, Peychaud's Bitters, Bitters, Celery bitters, Cucumber, Onion, Sugar cube, Lime
  • Jerezana — Amontillado Sherry, Manzanilla sherry, Sweet vermouth, Dry vermouth, Orange bitters, Vanilla syrup
  • London Calling (Chris Jepson) — Gin, Sherry, Orange bitters, Lemon juice, Simple syrup, Grapefruit peel
  • Smoking Cap — Ruby Port, Gin, Gunpowder Rum, Falernum, Orange bitters
  • Amaroland — Sweet vermouth, Amaro Lucano, Amaro, Fernet Branca, Orange bitters
  • Edelweiss — Gin, Dry vermouth, Honey Liqueur, Orange bitters, Grapefruit peel