Bay Leaf

Dried bay leaves are an essential botanical, carefully chosen for their aromatic depth and complex flavor profile. These leaves, once dried, unveil a rich tapestry of scents and tastes — from a subtle hint of floral and sweet spice to an underlying woodsy, slightly minty essence. The inclusion of bay leaf adds a layer of sophistication to the gin, contributing a warm, herbaceous character that complements and enhances the other botanicals. The use of dried bay leaves ensures a more concentrated, nuanced flavor, imbuing Conniption Gin with a unique savory-ness that is both intriguing and balanced.

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Gin FAQs

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