· GIN WITH Angelica root ·

This is one of the most common gin botanicals. It has been cultivated as a crop since the 10th century, and while the plant itself is considered a vegetable it is the root that is used in gin (on occasion Angelica seeds are used). This botanical shares a similar smell and taste to fennel (it hails from the same plant family as fennel). Due to its prominence throughout Europe, it has become a favorite botanical of local gin makers.

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Gordon’s Premium Pink
0.00

0 Passable

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Kaikyo Distillery’s 135 East Hyogo Dry Gin
5.03

5 Exceptional

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Brighton Gin Seaside Strength
5.01

5 Exceptional

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Broken Bones Ljubljana Dragon Gin
3.84

3.8 Superior

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Spirit Works
3.01

3 Agreeable

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Peter in Florence
3.816

3.8 Superior

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Whitley Neill
3.36

3.3 Superior

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Brighton Gin Pavilion Strength
5.03

5 Exceptional