The House of Angostura

The Most Award-Winning Rum in the World

Overview

If you’re beach-bound in the Caribbean and the rum is calling you better know what you getting into. When it comes to quality rum, you can’t get better than Angustura, one of the Caribbean’s leading rum producers with a superb collection of rum brands and the world’s market leader for aromatic bitters. 

Many Angostura rum brands have been around for generations in the Caribbean. Angostura rums have won top awards at many international competitions and have been named ‘the world’s most awarded rum range’ by the Rum Masters.

Angostura many award-winning brands include:

  • Angostura® 1824
  • Angostura® 1787
  • Angostura® 1919
  • Angostura® 7 year old rum
  • Angostura® 5 year old
  • Angostura® Reserva
  • Angostura® Single Barrel
  • White Oak
  • Forres Park Puncheon
  • Fernandes Black Label
  • Royal Oak,
  • Angostura® AMARO
  • Angostura® orange bitters
  • Angostura® aromatic bitters
  • Angostura® Lemon Lime and Bitters
  • And the latest addition, Tamboo

Angostura® aromatic bitters formula and packaging have not changed since the first bottle was introduced in 1824.

Unique Features

Press Reviews

You can’t have an old fashioned, a classic bitters and soda, or Manhattan without Angostura. It’s easily the most well-known bitters brand in the world, not only for its flavor but also that iconic paper-wrapped bottle.

Angostura 1919 is a wonderfully versatile rum, with plenty of vanilla and spice from oak mingled with the brown sugar, earth, mint and mango notes of the spirit.

Just a few drops of Angostura Bitters will elevate a glass of sparkling water, a gin and tonic, or turn Bourbon and Sweet Vermouth into a Manhattan.

Customer Reviews

“Excellent history behind this company. It encapsulates a life in Trinidad long forgotten. Great products.” – Google Reviews.

“Every household should stock up on their very own bottle of Angostura bitters, I use it for drinks, seasoning or even an upset stomach. It’s very well known as a Caribbean favorite.” – Amazon.

Featured Products

Angostura Aromatic Bitters

A Caribbean staple,  Angostura Bitters is an internationally recognised bitters made with the same original secret recipe since 1824.

Angostura Orange Bitters

Made from a blend of citrus oils from tropical oranges and spices, Orange Bitters is a versatile bitters to add to your cocktails or cakes.

Angostura Cocoa Bitters

A new addition to the Angostura Bitters collection, Cocoa Bitters is the perfect dash of a rich cocoa taste.

Angostura Tamboo

A taste of Carnival! This rum was inspired by the spirit of the the world’s greatest show, Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival. Tamboo is a golden rum infused with Caribbean spices.

Amaro di Angostura

A mix of Angostura’s aromatic bitters, cinnamon and dark chocolate, Amaro di Angostura is an enjoyable liqueur that can be enjoyed on its own or in a delicious cocktail.

White Oak

Trinidad’s most popular white rum. White Oak is the #1 sold rum in Trinidad & Tobago. It is well loved for it’s smoothness and ability to be mixed with almost anything. White Oak has recently introduced new flavours to the brand.

Fernandes Black Label

A classic Gold Rum, Fernandes Black Label Rum was the #1 selling rum in the 90s in Trinidad & Tobago. This is your typical rum for a ‘rum and coke.’

Angostura Single Barrel Reserve

A rich and deep bronzed rum, distilled in Angostura’s continuous five-column. This is a classic Trinidadian rum, aged in a single select Bourbon Oak cask for a minimum of 5 years.

Royal Oak

Royal Oak is a culturally iconic rum within Trinidad & Tobago. Aged for a maximum of 5 to 7 years by the Master Blender, it is long regarded as “Trinidad’s Finest.”

Forres Park Puncheon Rum

Puncheon also known as ‘fire water’ to many locals in Trinidad & Tobago. This rum is the #2 sold rum in Trinidad & Tobago and is 75% alcohol.

Angostura Rum Punch

A ready to drink rum punch, just pour over ice and enjoy. Rum mixed with tropical Caribbean fruit flavours of Mango, Passion Fruit, Pineapple, Coconut, Melon and Sorrel.

Angostura 1824

A blend of the finest mature rums, aged for a minimum of twelve years and handpicked by the Master Blender from selected casks. Named 1824, the year of Angostura’s establishment.

Angostura 1787

1787 Rum is a super premium blend of rums aged for a minimum of 15 years. An award winning rum from Angostura.

Angostura 1919

Angostura 1919 is a specially blended multiple award-winning rum, which celebrates a discovery of charred casks made in the 1930’s filled in 1919.

Angostura 7 year Old

A full bodied rum, mixed with flavours of maple, chocolate and honey, this rum is aged for a minimum of seven years in ‘once used’ bourbon casks.

Angostura 5 year Old

Mixed with flavours of chocolate, spice, vanilla and toasted oak, this rum is aged for a minimum of five years in oak barrels.

Angostura Reserva

A dry white rum, this white rum remains it is barrel for up to three years. It is then charcoal filtered to remove any colour generated by the ageing process.

Angostura Limited Editions

Not many of these rums are made. They are more costly and are considered collectors’ items. Finding one of these bottles is no easy feat.

Angostura Lemon Lime & Bitters

A refreshing, carbonated drink made with Lemon, Lime and Angostura’s famous Aromatic Bitters.

Awards

Angostura Rums are the most awarded rum range in the world. Angostura Rums have received multiple awards annually for more than ten years. Angostura 1787, 1824, 1919 are all recipients of The Spirits Business – Rum Masters Gold. Angostura Rums have also won The Spirits Business – Rum Masters Silver, World Spirits Award – Gold, San Francisco World Spirits Competition – Gold Medal and many more top Rum awards.

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