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Honeysuckle

This is a rather unique botanical to use in anything consumable. That is because honeysuckle is poisonous to consume raw. During the distillation process, this dangerous element is lost, but generally, it is why most gin distillers do not use honeysuckle. The flower part of the plant is edible though, and when the flower is used it offers a sweet, honey-like taste, that isn’t as pungent or powerful as regular honey.

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United States
Conniption
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Ireland
The Exiles
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England
Bloom
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