Caraway

Known for their distinct, slightly nutty flavor with a hint of peppery citrus, caraway seeds infuse the gin with a unique aromatic warmth and depth. This spice, commonly used in European recipes, imparts a comforting, earthy note with a subtle spicy undertone, reminiscent of rye bread. The inclusion of caraway is a homage to the Scandinavian spirit Aquavit, where caraway is a signature ingredient, symbolizing a bridge between classic gin botanicals and traditional Nordic flavors. This integration of caraway in Conniption Gin reflects a fusion of cultural influences, showcasing a commitment to crafting a gin that is both globally inspired and distinct in its flavor profile.

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