Most gins are produced with juniper berries . You can always use juniper berries to enhance the gin flavor in your G&T or as a garnish.
Packaging: 50g, 300g, 1000g
NAME: Juniperus communis
VIEW: dark blue berries, hard texture
TASTE: sharp, bittersweet
PART OF THE PLANT: fruit
PRODUCTION: After harvesting, the berries are dried in the sun
TIP: The most commonly used botanical in Gin and Tonic is still juniper berries. Do not use too many berries, 3 to 4 berries are sufficient.