Orijin Bitters vs Alomo Bitters: Similarities and Differences
Alomo bitters and orijin bitters are arguably the most popular bitters in both the Nigerian and Ghanaian market.
Today, nimedhealth will look at their differences and their similarities.
Similarities between Orijin bitters and Alomo bitters.
1. They are both bitters made up of blends and extracts of different roots and herbs.
2. They both contain alcohol, howbeit of different percentages.
3. They are both West African brands of bitters. Orijin and Alomo bitters originated from west Africa.
4. Alomo and orijin bitters meet the demands and satisfaction of their respective end consumers.
5. The functions, uses and side effects of both origin bitters and Alomo bitters are very similar and can be compared.
Differences Between Alomo Bitters and Orijin Bitters.
1. Alomo bitters is produced by Kasopreko, a company in Ghana while Orijin is produced by Nigerian Guinness.
2. Alomo is packaged in a 200ml PET, 30ml Sachet and 750ml Glass bottle` while Orijin Ready To Drink (RTD) is packaged in30cl and 75cl bottles, and Orijin Bitters, in 20cl and 75cl
3.Alomo targets mainly the male folk, especially the middle-aged and elderly since it is rich in herbs and roots. Hence its bitter taste while orijin bitters is enjoyed by both the male and female folks. Its bitter-sweet Citrus taste seems to be a major clincher. It is also rich in herbs and roots extracts.
4. Alomo Bitters sachet 30ml is sold for N50, the pet bottle is sold for N400 while the 750ml glass bottle is sold for N700. Orijin RTD is sold for N600, while the Orijin Bitters is sold between N300.
5. Alomo bitters ingredients include water, alcohol; sugar and plant extract (kola nut, prune, oakwood, bitter orange peel, wormwood) while the ingredients in orijin bitters include water, alcohol, sugar and plant extract (kola nut, prune, oakwood, bitter orange peel, wormwood). The resulting flavor is a bitter cocktail with hints of Citrus that give it a distinct medicinal taste. Read more about Alomo bitters ingredients here.
7. Alomo bitters contains 42% alcohol while orijin bitters contain 6% alcohol. Alomo therefore, contains far more alcohol than orijin. It is more intoxicating.
BOTH ALOMO BITTERS AND ORIJIN BITTERS ARE GREAT BRANDS THAT SHOULD BE ENJOYED WITH MODERATION (FROM A DOCTOR’S PERSPECTIVE)
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