Botanicals 

  • 2,45 € In stock

    This spice comes from the tree called pimenta dioica that originally comes from the southern parts of mexico, guatemala, cuba and jamaica. It is not a real pepper.Contains: 65g of allspice Contribution: this aromatic spice is a surprise among all the other spices. It offers a mix of cinnamon, nutmeg and clove, with a touch of juniper and pepper....

  • 2,50 € In stock

    Dry hibiscus flowers, a plant with beautiful flowers that comes from america and africa, where it is said to have both aphrodisiac and magical powers.Contains: 24g of hibiscum flower Contribution: Intense floral aroma and a rosy colour that enhances when you infuse the spice in alcohol. Combines with: Any type of gin. Also give it a shot with vodka and...

  • 2,55 € In stock

    Dry orange blossom. Selected for its special aroma that reminds us of a citrus fruit, without the typical characteristics of a lemon or an orange.Contains: 17g of orange blossom Contribution: Adds a slight hint of honey because most sorts of honey have traces of this flower. An intense floral scent that is very unique. Combines with: Beefeater 24,...

  • 2,60 € In stock

    Dehydrated ginger rhizome or root. Is said to help your appetite and to have astringent and tonic properties.Contains: 41g of ginger Contribution: a spicy and slightly bitter flavour. A sweet aroma with a touch of aged wood but at the same time with a fresh feeling. Combines with: don’t be afraid to play with either gin, rum, brandy or vodka. How...

  • 2,75 € In stock

    Dehydrated pink-violet flowers from this perennial plant.Contains: 5g of mallow blossom Contributions: A soft floral scent together with a totally natural and stunning violet colour. Combines with: Any gin brand, neutral vodka and vermouth. How to use: Put a nibble of malva flowers in a separate glass and add the desired amount of gin. Let the mix...

  • 2,75 € In stock

    The fruit from the illicium verum tree, a perennial tree from the southeast of china. The fruits are collected before they ripen and are left to dry in the sun. Contains: 31g of star anise Contribuition: The fruit’s pleasant and unique scent of anise stands out more than anything. Combines with: Gins that have been distilled with this...

  • 3,00 € In stock

    The bark from the evergreen tree that originates from southern china and indochina, that is why it’s also called chinese cinnamon.Contains: 63g of cassia cinnamon Contribution: Similar to regular cinnamon, but with a less sweet and more spiced aroma, and with a little spicy touch to it. Combines with: Gins such as: G’Vine, Bulldog,...

  • 3,50 € In stock

    The juniper berry comes from the cold parts of europe, asia and north america.Contains: 63g of juniper berries Contribution: This berry has a somewhat bitter flavour with a citric and sweet hint. Combines with: Any gin brand since juniper berries are the main ingredient in gin. You can add it to enhance the actual gin flavour. How to use: Directly in...

  • 3,50 € In stock

    Authentic raw cocoa bean.Contains: 87g of cocoa seed Contribution: both the shell and the bean give a faint touch of chocolate to our drink, without adding sugar or syrup. A pure and bitter cocoa with a unique character. Combines with: seagram’s and sweet rums. Works well with any type of rum (it’s ideal for cuba libre) or even with vodka....

  • 3,80 € In stock

    A spice that originally comes from the south of india and sri lanka. Nowadays, it’s also cultivated in guatemala –the world’s main exporter -, in nepal, thailand and central america.Contains: 56g of cardamom Contribution: Provides a very unique exotic aroma and a flavour that is somewhere between sweet and spicy. Combines with: Dry or...

  • 3,80 € In stock

    A variety called maragogipe, a sort of arabica – very difficult to find, first found in the coffee plantations in the city of maragogipe, bahia (brazil) – that grows very big beans called elephant beans.Contains: 58g of giant coffee Contribution: An intense aroma of slightly sweet and freshly roasted coffee. Combines with: Any rum (Ideal for...

  • 3,95 € In stock

    The root from the plant glycyrrhyza, which comes from the mediterranen parts of europe and asia minor.this root is one of the oldest condiments in the world and there is proof that they used it in the ancient egypt.Contains: 20g of liquorice Contribution: a sweet and aniseed flavour. Combines with: gins such as: g’vine, bulldog, citadelle,...

  • 4,30 € In stock

    A mace is the shell around a nutmeg. It’s dryed and pressed naturally which gives a sort of amber or pink petal. It has a slightly bitter flavour and aroma.Contains: 27g of mace Contribution: a gentle spicy floral hint. Sweet, warm and delicate. Combines with: g’vine, citadelle, seagram’s, larios 12, martin miller’s, bloom, the...

  • 4,75 € In stock

    Originally from indonesia, these small berries are the size of a peppercorn, but are more rugged and wrinkled and less dark. Each berry ends with an appendix that looks like a tail.Contains: 67g of cubeb pepper Contribution: a strong pepper with a fresh and citric aroma that leaves a pleasant menthol sensation in your mouth for a long time. Combines...

  • 5,25 € In stock

    Dehydrated yellow persian rosesContains: 20g of yellow roses Contribution: purely decorative since it doesn’t add neither flavour nor aroma. Combines with: any spirituous because, as mentioned, it has a purely decorative function. How to use: give your cocktail that last final touch with one or several yellow roses.  

  • 5,25 € In stock

    Native pods from the mountainous region that runs from nepal to the center of china.Contains: 25g of black cardamom Contribution: An earthy and camphorated fragrance with a spicy and smoky touch due to the used drying method. Combines with: Gins such as Mombasa, Citadelle or Gin Mare. You can also use it with rum. How to use: Directly in the glass....