Botanicals to flavour yor favourite Home distilled spirits
Allspice is the berry of the pimento tree.The flavor is best described as a combination of cinnamon,..
The root of angelica is the part most commonly used in gin production, though there are some gins th..
The orange most commonly used is not the one you would usually bite into, nor make juice out of. It’..
Black Pepper, often known simply as the “peppercorn” comes from the Piper nigrum vine, native to Ind..
Caraway has a peppery, menthol taste on the tongue and adds a real freshness to gin. After the initi..
Cardamom is one of the world’s most expensive spices, some say only surpassed by vanilla a..
Also known as asian cinnamon cassia bark has strong cinnamon character and should be used sparingly...
Cinnamon, or botanically speaking Cinnamomum verum is often referred to as “true cinnamon,” though m..
Cloves grow on a tall evergreen native to the Maluku islands of Indonesia, a.k.a the Spice Islands. ..
Coriander plays a central role in the gin world, and is the second most used botanical after juniper..
Cranberries are a bitter sweet berry used in gin infusions to give it a christmas feel and that dist..
Cumin's distinctive flavour and warm aroma are due to its essential oil contentIt imparts an earthy,..
Dried Juniper Berries. The must have botacical for making Gin100g pack..
In gin, the lemon is peeled and the peel is dried before infusion and distillation. Lemon peel..
Star Anise comes from the Illcium verum tree, native to Southeast Asia. Often seen as an inexpensive..
Sweet orange give a milder citrus flavour to gin than bitter orange due to the lower quantities of o..
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