Citrus variety with high numbers of vitamine C and anthocyanins which give the fruit its typical deep red color.
Juniper berries from the base of Jenever, a medical liquor historically made by monks and alchemists, and later on Gin. These piny berries are packed with essential nutrients and plant compounds.
Tart, mouthwatering bitterness with a serious citrus punch, these dried lemon peels contain a complex array of vitamins and minerals.
Nutmeg is a popular gin spice made from the seeds of Myristica fragrans, a tropical aromatic tree native to Indonesia. The crushed seeds possess anti-inflammatory properties and may even boost your focus.
The bitter roots of many species of Angelica are used to make herbal medicines, but also gin. Traditionally it was used in Europe for digestive problems and anxiety.