Premium Botanicals for Gin Tonic
The attractive composition of juniper berries, green cardamom, and cinnamon is perfect for mixing a gin and tonic for advanced users. One of more of the spices can be used at the same time as you wish and to your individual taste.
Flavour: Offers a unique, exotic flavour and a taste that lies somewhere between sweet and spicy.
Combination: Especially good with rather dry gins.
Use: Directly in the glass; gently press some of the capsule fruits with your fingers and add them to the drink. Can be used alone or together with other botanicals.
Taste: This berry has a slightly bitter taste with a lemon-like and sweet touch.
Combination: Goes well with any gin, as juniper berries are the main ingredient of gin. You can add them to enhance the actual gin taste.
Use: Directly in the glass; add two berries to your glass after you have slightly crushed them to give more flavour. Can be used alone or together with other botanicals.
Taste: With a slightly spicy note
Combination: Suitable for most gins, in addition also nice for rums.
Usage: put a cinnamon stick in the glass and get an unexpected sweet and spicy contrast. You can use the cinnamon alone or together with other botanicals. Another simple and surprising use is to rub it over a finished cocktail.
Net Weight: 49g
Ingredients: Set of juniper berries (14g), green cardamom (15g), and cassia cinnamon (20g)
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