Orange

Fresh orange peel from sweet navel oranges is a key botanical used in Conniption Gin. This choice ingredient adds a delightful burst of sweet citrus to the gin's flavor profile. The peel, rich in essential oils, imparts a bright, sunny essence, infusing the gin with notes of fresh, juicy oranges. This contributes a natural, fruity sweetness, balancing the gin's botanical blend with a vibrant, uplifting zesty charm. The aroma of fresh sweet orange peel is equally captivating. It exudes a warm, inviting citrus fragrance that enhances the gin's bouquet, making it more alluring and approachable. The use of fresh peel, as opposed to dried, ensures a more intense and authentic orange character, adding depth and complexity to the gin.

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