Lemon

The lemon peel imparts a crisp, clean citrus note, offering a zesty tang that cuts through with a lively sharpness. This adds a layer of invigorating brightness, perfectly complementing the gin’s botanical blend. The inclusion of fresh lemon peel is crucial for its aromatic contribution as well. It releases a lively, zesty aroma that elevates the gin's scent profile, making it more enticing and approachable. The use of fresh peel ensures a more potent and authentic citrus quality, different from dried or processed forms.

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