Honeysuckle Flower

Conniption Gin thoughtfully incorporates dried honeysuckle flowers, a decision born from the flower's fragility and brief blooming season. Unlike fresh blooms, the dried honeysuckle offers a subtly sweet floral flavor and aroma, without the overpowering perfumy-ness often associated with fresh flowers. This botanical is exclusively cold distilled in the production of Conniption Gin, a technique crucial for preserving its delicate essence. Heat distillation is unsuitable for such a tender botanical, as it would compromise its gentle, sweet floral notes. This meticulous process ensures that Conniption Gin captures the essence of honeysuckle in its most authentic and nuanced state.

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