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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Ingredients of the product are handpicked and foraged in various countries, with the gin made from infusing traditional juniper berries with botanicals of coriander, angelica root, grains of paradise, lemon, cinnamon, rowan berries, winter savoury, orris root powder and kaffir lime leaves.
Jasmine from China is infused for 24 hours with the spirit, together with juniper, coriander seeds, angelica root, orange peel, almond, liquorice, cassia bark and orris root.
Angelica root also grows worldwide and is known for its celery-like taste.
The recipe incorporates each of the following Raasay and traditional botanicals: juniper berries, rhubarb root, lemon peel, orange peel, coriander seeds, angelica root, liquorice root, orris root, cubeb pepper and tripledistilled Raasay spirit.
For his Hillside Gin, he combines classic botanicals such as juniper, coriander seed and angelica root with his locally foraged ingredients including heather, whinberry and crab apples.
Botanicals include elderflower, coriander seeds, Spanish orange peel, Italian lemon peel, Guatemalan green cardamom, grains of paradise from Africa, angelica root and orris root.
The gin has been created by award-winning craft spirits producer JJ Whitley and contains a blend of eight botanicals, including juniper, angelica root, coriander and liquorice, all complemented by a burst of violet flavour -- mmm, get us a bottle!
Juniper forward, with coriander, angelica root, citrus peel and exotic spice among the 10 botanicals, this is bright, fresh and one to get your hands on.
They call the foundation of gin the holy trinity of juniper, coriander and angelica root (which has medicinal properties) so it's easy to see why the drink is often considered a superfood.
Beefeater is a quintessential London dry; Seagram's has a slightly sweeter profile with hints of orange peel, cinnamon and lilac (the Seagram's Twisted variants feature flavors such as pineapple, peach and melon); the unique Plymouth Gin has Protected Geographical Indication status and lists orris root and angelica root among its botanicals.
STW 5 and is a fixed herbal combination of a fresh plant extract from bitter candytuft (Iberis amara) and extracts from dried greater celandine herb, angelica root, lemon balm leaves, peppermint leaves, caraway fruit, liquorice root, chamomile flower and milk thistle fruit (Wegener and Wagner 2006).
45.2% ABV; distilled from juniper berries, coriander seeds, angelica root, angelica seeds, cassia bark, caraway seeds, nutmeg, rosemary and sage.