From Tuscany in Italy: grown wild, their beautiful juniper spice gives a perfumey note to our gin, with hints of pine and lavender.
From Northern Europe: a unique and original addition of blueberries provides a dry fruity smoothness and wonderfully floral aroma.
From various parts of Northern Europe, they provide a deep perfumey aroma and rich roundness to the taste of Brockmans.
From Indo China: often used in spiced gin, warm cinnamon notes but softer in aroma.
From China: traditional liquorice sticks are important in gin distilling, providing light woody aromas and sweetness on the palate.
From Murcia in Spain: particularly lemony tang in the lemon rind, adds a zesty citrus and refreshing brightness.
From Bulgaria: larger coriander seeds that provide a combination of spicy sage and citrus notes.
From Belgium and Saxony: these Angelica spices provide earthier notes to give Brockmans a sophisticated dry gin edge.
From Murcia in Spain: sweet orange zest aromas, fragrant, fruity and soft on the palate.
From Spain: The oil from these bitter almonds help to unite all the other wonderful ingredients in our gin recipe and also help to deliver our silky smooth taste.
From Italy: orris is the root of the iris flower and provides floral notes with a hint of violet. Orris root also helps to unite all the other elements together.