bitter orange

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This shames stable mate Jack Daniel's with its silky mix of bitter oranges, honey, mint and smoky wood.
Sevilles are rough, bitter oranges which are brilliant for marmalade; however, you can use any oranges during the year.
Made with the bitter oranges of Seville that arrive in winter, no preserve made with any other fruit has that tangy intensity of flavour when the sharpness of the fruit wins out over the sugar.
(***) Bitter oranges are also known as Seville or Bergamot oranges.
Fuller than the Camp Romain, it's much smoother, too, with rounded flavours of bitter oranges, aniseed and chocolate.
Until the 17th century oranges meant bitter oranges - like the Sevilles we use for marmalade today.
Tangy, bitter finish with an aftertaste of bitter oranges.
Made with the bitter oranges of Seville that arrive in winter, no marmalade with any other citrus fruit has that tangy, intensity of flavour where the sharpness of the fruit wins out over the sugar.
Another variation on the curacao theme, but with a base of fine cognac rather than grape spirit, flavoured with bitter oranges and matured in oak casks.