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Coriander (100g)

R 40.00

R 40.00
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Coriander seeds are a popular botanical used in the production of gin. These small, tan-colored seeds are harvested from the coriander plant, which is a member of the parsley family.

Coriander seeds have a distinct flavor profile that is both citrusy and floral, with hints of spice and sweetness. It is one of the most popular botanicals used in gin. 

Some of the botanicals that are known to pair particularly well with coriander seeds in gin include:

  1. Juniper berries: The essential ingredient in gin, juniper berries are a perfect complement to coriander seeds, providing a piney and resinous flavor that balances out the citrusy and floral notes of the coriander.

  2. Angelica root: Another essential botanical in gin, angelica root adds earthy and herbal notes to the mix, complementing the spice and citrus flavors of the coriander seeds.

  3. Citrus peel: Botanicals such as lemon peel, orange peel, and grapefruit peel are commonly used in gin and pair well with coriander seeds, adding bright and zesty notes that enhance the citrusy flavors of the coriander.

  4. Orris root: This botanical provides a floral and slightly sweet flavor that pairs well with the floral notes of coriander, creating a more complex and nuanced flavor profile.

  5. Cardamom: Like coriander, cardamom provides a citrusy and spicy flavor that complements the other botanicals in gin, enhancing the overall flavor profile of the spirit.

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