Angelica Root

Angelica root plays a dual role as both a flavor enhancer and a natural fixative. In flavor, it introduces an earthy, herbal essence with a nuanced blend of woody and subtly sweet, yet slightly bitter notes, adding a grounding depth to the gin. This botanical's aroma is soothing, contributing a gentle, musky scent that enriches the gin's bouquet.

As a fixative, akin to its role in perfumery, angelica root is vital in prolonging the aroma of the gin. It achieves this by slowing down the evaporation of the gin's aromatic compounds, allowing the intricate scents to linger longer, enhancing the overall sensory experience. This property makes angelica root indispensable in creating a harmonious and enduring bouquet in Conniption Gin, ensuring each botanical's aroma is captured and savored in every sip.

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