• Juniper

    Juniper is the basis of every gin recipe, it has a balsamic aroma reminiscent of Scots pine, also characterized by floral and woody notes.

  • Butterfly pea flower

    The Clitoria ternatea flower through the infusion gives a blue color to the gin, which turns purple after the addition of tonic water.

  • Pimento

    Jamaica pepper is a versatile and interesting spice. Its bouquet is composed of the scent of nutmeg, cloves and cinnamon, with spicy notes reminiscent of black pepper.

  • Coriander

    It is also known as Chinese parsley or cilantro (Spanish name) and is characterized by an aroma and flavor reminiscent of cumin, dill and fennel.

  • Lavender

    The aroma of lavender flowers is very intense, it has a sweet and spicy fragrance with lemon and mint components. The flavor is similar, with a further bitter aftertaste, to camphor

  • Cardamom

    Cardamom is one of the oldest spices in the world. It has a pungent flavor with a slight note of lemon and one of sweetness. 

  • Cinnamon

    Cinnamon has a strong and intense aroma because it contains essential oils. Its sweet and spicy aroma is delicious, ideal for cocktails and infusions.

  • demand

    Mint is a perennial herbaceous plant, strongly aromatic, with a characteristic pungent, spicy and fresh taste.

  • Cloves

    Cloves are distinguished by their particular aroma, a slight spiciness and a sweet, balsamic note. The substance responsible for the primary aroma is eugenol which is found, albeit in a lower percentage, in allspice and cinnamon.

  • Lemon

    The dried peel of the lemon is mainly used, which releases a sour and citrus aroma.

  • Star anise

    Fresh, slightly balsamic, with spicy notes and a sweet aftertaste. Star anise has an aroma similar to that of anise, but more intense.

  • Laurel

    With a mineral flavor of undergrowth, woody and pungent aromatic RA Aroma pungent balsamic with aromatic hints of fresh wood

  • Almond

    The bitter almond has the intense taste of marzipan

  • Orange

    The dried zest of the orange is used. With a sweet and lovable taste.

  • Lemon thyme

    Lemon thyme uses the dried leaves, which are harvested before flowering. The flavor is a cross between classic thyme and the citrus fragrance of lemon.

  • The Nero

    In general, black tea has tobacco and woody notes, and sweetish fruits that remain more homogeneous on the palate.

  • Canine rose

    Another name by which it is known is rosa di macchia, as it is found in the most inaccessible places. It grows spontaneously in abandoned fields, on the edge of woods, along paths and in pastures. The taste is particularly sweet.

  • Angelica root

    Angelica root tastes bitter and grassy, yet refreshing.