What could be better than giving your drink or cocktail its own touch with your spice selection. In addition to the fixed choice - allspice - cinnamon and green cardamom - we offer a variety of spices that provide a unique and unexpected result. Such as the Tena'adam (passion fruit pepper) or the Siltimur (cedar), but now also the Bucay, the champion among black peppers in terms of smokiness. Delicious in gin, just like our cubebs.
Gin and tonic, for example
Try some rosemary, juniper of course, or some mbongo seed instead of a sprig of sereh, alone or with three!
And what about pink pepper berries with a sprig of fresh mint? Green cardamom with some wild thyme, or a sprig of fresh lemon thyme?
Keep in mind that dried spices are not 1,2,3 rehydrated and that it is best to bruise a large fruit or fruit box like juniper or cardamom. Perhaps an unusual tip, but let the spices soak in a little gin and crush some of them after a few minutes. Put the spiced gin in the glass. .
A citrus accent is very nice in your vodka. Try a citrus pepper like timur, lai chau, andaliman or sansho. Plenty of choice.
A few Tasmanian peppers in your gin is magic. The berries give off a great taste and an enchanting color.