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JUNIPER BERRIES

A major spice of the Hungarian cuisine, poppy seed with its nutty-earthly, yet perfumed aroma is the signature botanical of the gin.

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CORIANDER

The fragrant lemony-citric top note of the gin, its importance is second only to the juniper.
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Poppy seed
POPPY SEED

A major spice of the Hungarian cuisine, poppy seed with its nutty-earthly, yet perfumed aroma is the signature botanical of the gin.

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LAVENDER

The floral-perfumed top note of the spirit, sourced from Tihany at the lake Balaton.
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CITRONELLA

Even in a soft green tea, a hint of bergamot flavor lurks in this spicy plant.
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ANGELICA ROOT

Woody earthiness, dryness, providing depth and substance to the spirit
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ANISE SEED

Intensely aromatic spice, giving a cold, sweet, aniseed menthol kick and balancing the warm and earthy botanicals

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DRIED GRAPEFRUIT PEEL

Juicy-bitter notes elevating the complexity of the flavour and aroma profile.
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CUBEB PEPPER

The spicy, peppery touch, warming the length of the gin.
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ORRIS ROOT

Aromatic rooty character, in charge of fixing the volatile flavours of the other botanicals.
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