Juniper Berries

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...

Cassia Cinnamon

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, Citadelle, and...


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 spiced gins such...
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Himalayan Black Salt

Description: It is the proper salt of Indian and Ayurvedic cuisine. The grayish color is due to its high mineral composition with iron, sulfur and magnesium. It has a very characteristic flavor reminiscent of eggs.  Ingredients: Himalayan black salt. Format: Crystal grinder with adjustable cut. Net weight: 95 g.
Salt and Pepper

Salt & Saffron Grinder

Give a touch of distinction with the taste and aroma of Salt & Saffron.Ingredients: Sea Salt and SaffronFormat: Crystal jar with adjustable grinderNet weight: 100 g.
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The Genuine Gin&Tonic Book

An exclusive design case that includes a jigger, a braided spoon, eight botanicals and a booklet with information on the history of gin and tonic, its perfect serve and tips on how to use the botanicals to give a creative and differential touch to your gin and tonics.


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. That’s...

Persian Roses

Dry roses.Contains: 20g of Persian roses Contribution: adds the unmistakable rose fragrance to our drinks and works as a very beautiful, elegant and aromatic decoration.Combines with: floral gins: hendrick’s, pink 47, plymouth, g’vine florainson, and tann’s. Very well recommended for smooth vodkas or tequila. How to use: you can use them infused, but...
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