Juniper berries (Juniperus communis)
Of European origin, are the fruit of the Juniper tree. It is the gin flavouring, giving it resinous, balsamic and woody notes.
Angelica roots (Angelica archangelica)
Native to northern of Europe, has digestive, invigorating and balancing properties beneficial to nervous system. The roots are aromatic and medicinal. It provides bitter and earthy notes.
Angelica seeds (Angelica archangelica)
The oil of angelica seeds has an intense aroma of musk and is used in the elaboration of spirits like gin, liqueurs and other preparations like “Agua del Carmen”. It is usually used in the production of herb liqueurs. This herb is an excellent bitter digestive, stomachic, carminative, expectorant, and sudorifico.
Orange blossom (Citrus aurantium)
Native to the southeast of Asia, the orange blossom is the flower of the orange tree, has a fragrant flavour. Among others, has a carminative and calming property. It provides a sweet aroma reminiscent of honey.
Calamus (Acorus calamus)
It is a species native to Europe. It is a plant with flavouring leaves and roots with underground stems. This plant is well-known for its diuretic and sedating properties.
Cinnamon stick (Cinnamomun zeylanicum)
Of Asian origin, it is extracted from the cinnamon tree. It is characterized by its astringent taste and is widely used to season sweet and savoury dishes. The cinnamon provides woody notes, apart from being very aromatic and slightly spicy.
Cantueso (Thymus vulgaris)
It is a bush native to Europe. Its flowers are highly digestive and antispasmodic.
Cardamom seed (Elettaria cardamomum)
Aromatic species native to Africa, is by far the most digestive plant. It provides aromas with great complexity, notes of citric, anis and clove.
Carnation (DIANTHUS CARYOPHYLLUS))
It is a herbaceous plant typical of Mediterranean zone. An infusion elaborated with its flowers, regulates blood pressure, apart from relieving digestive disorders.
Cloves (Syzygium aromaticum)
Are extracted from clove trees, species native to Asia. This spice has very strong organoleptic characteristics, and has properties that give a sharp burning taste, providing an aromatic touch and irreplaceable taste.
Coriander (Coriandrum sativum)
Corianders are the seeds of a perennial bush called Coriander native to northern Africa. Besides its cooking use in popular recipes as curry, are also used to manufacture beer. This spice gives citrus and lightly spicy notes, cumin and anis notes, including white pepper.
Ginger root (Zingiber officinale)
Ginger originated in the tropical forest in Southern Asia. Its underground stem is very appreciated by its flavour and spicy taste. It provides citrus notes that remind Citronella. It has a spicy dry flavour.
Peppermint (Mentha spicata)
Native to Africa, this aromatic plant is well-known in gastronomy and perfumery because of its dry deep aroma. This plant reinforces the balsamic character and gives a touch of freshness.
Lemon verbena (Aloysia citriodora)
This species native to South America is characterised by its high antioxidant capacity and flavour similar to lemon. This spice is used to cook sauces and dressings in order to give a citrus flavour.
Of European origin, this plant is used as a flavouring to season several dishes. It has a very aromatic taste similar to salvia or mint.
Laurel (Laurus nobilis)
It is a bush native to the Mediterranean zone whose leaves are used as condiment. It has digestive, diuretic and antirheumatic properties. It is a very aromatic spice.
Lemon (Citrus limonum)
Native to Mediterranean zones is widely well known because of its gastronomic and cosmetic use. It is a powerful flavouring.
Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile)
Native to Europe and Asia is popular because of its therapeutic use as invigorating, antispasmodic and digestive.
Marjoram (Origanum majorana)
Of Asiatic origin, is grown because of its aromatic properties that remind pine and citrus. It has a smoother and sweeter effect than oregano, with a balsamic touch. Its leaves and flowers release a smooth and penetrating aroma, with a sweet and spicy aftertaste.
Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis)
Native to Europe and the Mediterranean zone, very appreciated by its lemon aroma. It is a plant with very aromatic leaves wich provides freshness and citrus notes.
Native to Europe is highly popular for its fresh aroma. It harmonizes particularly well with ginger and cardamom, apart from coriander and parsley.
Of European origin, it is a citrus flavour spice, very aromatic, sweet and spicy, that perfectly combines clove and cinnamon.
Parsley (Origanum vulgare)
Aromatic herb native to the Mediterranean zone, very well known for its cooking use, antioxidant and antiseptic properties. Its leaves have an intense aftertaste.
Pole-mint (Mentha pulegium)
Native to Africa is a very aromatic plant and has a bitter flavour.
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)
Of African origin, its name comes from Latin Rosmarinus and means “sea spray”, because of its location near coastal areas. It has a great aromatic capacity.
Sage (Salvia officinalis)
This plant is native to Europe. Its distinctive taste is a bit spicy and astringent, given its aromatic power it should be used in moderation. Its aroma has bitter and slightly spicy notes.
Rock tea (Jasonia glutinosa)
Of European origin. An infusion made of its leaves and flowers is suitable for stomach problems. It has a camphorated smell and bitter taste.
Thyme flowers (Thymus vulgaris)
Of European origin. The thyme has a good quantity of essential oils, whose make this herb a very aromatic species, where stands its fresh touch, slightly minty and astringent.
Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium )
This plant native to Europe, is a stomach tonic, vermifuge and antiseptic. Its leaves have a very characteristic aromatic smell, strong and penetrating. Its taste is extremely bitter.
Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha)
It is a resinous aromatic substance native to Asia which is obtained by means of cutting the bar of the Myrrh tree. It provides a very bitter touch.
Senna leaves (Casia acutifolia)
Of Asiatic origin, its leaves have been traditionally used for the treatment of constipation. It is a plant with a very bitter taste and goes well with ginger or mint, which softens its flavour.
Rhubarb (Rheum rhabarbarum)
This species that comes from Europe is an edible plant high in fibre. Besides this, it is high in sugar and citric acid.
Zedoariae (Curcuma zedoaria)
This aromatic species native to Asia has carminative and eupeptic properties. It goes well with pepper and cumin.
Ash leaves (Fraxinus excelsior)
This plant that comes from Asia has leaves with great diuretic and laxative effects.
Sarsaparrilla (Smilax aspera)
This herb of American origin is very popular because is used to elaborate a refreshing and depurative drink.
Aloe vera (Aloe maculata)
Is a plant that comes from Asia, and is grown as a decorative plant, to medicinal and cosmetic use. The acibar is the yellowish substance that is found in the aloe leaves. Aloe acts as a laxative and has a bitter taste.
Black pepper (Piper nigrum)
Is the fruit of a climber tree native to Asia. This variety is the spiciest and it should be used ungrounded in order to enjoy its aroma. Because of its colour, flavour and spicy taste, it is an exquisite spice that provides great sensory pleasures.
Azafrán de La Mancha (Crocus sativus)
Is the D.O that regulates saffron production in La Mancha (Spain). It provides a slightly bitter sweetness and metallic nuances.
Sweet orange peel (Citrus sinensis)
These peels come from Valencian oranges and have high ethereal oil content, giving the authentic Mediterranean essence.
Bitter orange peel (Citrus aurantium)
Of national origin, it has great antioxidant properties.
Chufa (Cyperus esculentus)
This plant that comes from Valencia is an edible tuber. It is widely known for being the primary ingredient of the horchata, the Valencian drink by excellence.
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