Rosemary

Dried rosemary is carefully selected for its aromatic and flavorful contribution. This botanical, known for its woody, evergreen scent, infuses the gin with a touch of the Mediterranean. The use of dried rosemary brings forth a more concentrated, herbaceous essence compared to its fresh counterpart. The flavor imparted by dried rosemary is robust and savory, with a slight peppery undertone and a whisper of lemon-pine. This adds a distinctive, aromatic warmth to Conniption Gin. The rosemary's piney and slightly minty notes provide a harmonious balance to the gin’s citrus and floral components, creating a multi-layered sensory experience.

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