Lavender Flowers

Lavender is the dried flower of Lavendula angustifolia. Lavender flowers are used for their warm relaxing scent in a variety of applications including potpourri, essential oils, and even baking.

Lavender Flowers
Lavender Flowers

The musky notes of lavender can be detected in some brands of gin, and it often appears as an ingredient in homemade gin recipes.

Lavender also works well as a tincture on its own, or blended with other floral flavors in bitters recipes. Cocktails using lavender bitters include Lavender Lady 3.

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Burdock Root

Burdock root is the dried, cut and sifted root of Arctium lappa. Historically, burdock root was used as a medicine to cleanse the blood and heal the skin.

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Cardamom Pods

Whole green cardamom pods contain the seeds of Elettaria cardamomum.  A special method of drying produces green pods. The three seeds inside each pod provide the flavoring.

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Chicory Root (Raw)

Our chicory root is the cut & sifted root of Cicorium intybus.  We provide it in a raw form so you can roast it to your individual preference.

Chicory Root (Cichorium intybus)
Chicory Root (Cichorium intybus)

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Historic Use

Chicory root was roasted and steeped in hot water as a substitute for coffee.

Recipes Using Chicory Root

Creole Coffee Bitters


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