Botanicals is a term used to refer to the herbs, spices and other plant materials used in the production of gin.

By definition, gin botanicals must include juniper berries and may include materials such as orange and lemon peels, iris (orris) root, coriander seed, fennel seed, angelica root, caraway see, cinnamon bark, cassia bark, cardamom seed, etc.

See also:
"Botanicals" is in the NAICS Code "424210"
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries Merchant Wholesalers
Botanicals merchant wholesalers

Ref: 120865/2006-10-07


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