Licorice Root

Licorice root imparts a natural sweetness that is more nuanced and less sugary than its candy counterpart. Its flavor is complex, offering a blend of earthiness with subtle smoky notes, which adds a layer of richness. Licorice root is also known for its mild spiciness, providing a gentle, warm undertone without an anise taste. The sweetness of licorice root balances Conniption gin’s botanicals, smoothing out any harshness from other ingredients, and adding a full-bodied mouthfeel. Its aromatic qualities contribute to the gin’s overall sensory experience, adding a hint of herbal warmth to the nose.

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