angelica root

an·gel·i·ca root

(an-jel'i-kă rūt),
The root of Angelica archangelica (family Umbelliferae); a tonic and stimulant that may cause nausea; formerly used as a carminative, diuretic, and externally as a counterirritant.
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These range from damiana (the honeymoon herb of Mexico, apparently) and more familiar ones such as angelica root and lemon peel.
Its mix of botanicals includes coriander, sage, cassia bark, nutmeg, rosemary, caraway, angelica root and juniper berries.
The brand features a botanical mix that includes k bergamot orange, lemon peel, cardamom pods, cassia bark, angelica root and coriander seeds.
Botanicals include juniper, coriander, elderflower, angelica root, cinnamon, orange and lemon peel, and a "secret ingredient".
2% ABV; distilled from juniper berries, coriander seeds, angelica root, angelica seeds, cassia bark, caraway seeds, nutmeg, rosemary and sage.
Juniper, angelica root, citrus peel and other botanicals are added during distillation, not afterwards.
2 CUPS GRAIN OR 80 PROOF OR ABOVE ALCOHOL FRUIT OR DRIED HERB OF CHOICE 8 OUNCES WILD CHERRY BARK (AVAILABLE ONLINE) 1 TEASPOON GREEN CARDAMOM PODS 1 TEASPOON ANGELICA ROOT 1/2 TEASPOON WORMWOOD SIMPLE SYRUP 1.
Seville orange peel, lemon peel, bitter almond, angelica root, angelica seed, juniper, liquorice, orris root, coriander, a blend of Chinese green & Japanese sencha teas and grapefruit peel.
Made within the Brecon Beacons National Park, Brecon Special Reserve is infused with juniper from Macedonia, orange peel from Spain, Chinese cassia bark, Sri Lankan liquorice, Madagascan cinnamon, French angelica root, Russian coriander, Indian nutmeg, Spanish lemon peel and Italian orris root.
I've gone for a blend of geranium, mandarin, bergamot, violet leaf, cardamom, black pepper, coriander, ginger, nutmeg, sandalwood, angelica root, cinnamon, lemon, sage, jasmine and vanilla.
The gin's angelica root and angelica seed have dry and earthy characteristics; coriander seeds add spicy citrus notes; liquorice lends a bittersweet, woody quality; almonds leave a trail of marzipan and soft spice; orris root adds flavours not unlike Parma violets, while the dried peels of lemons and Seville oranges sharpen the combination and heighten the effect of the carefully-balanced medley.
Some of the ingredients included juniper berries, coriander seeds, and angelica root.