Spearmint Leaves - 1oz
The world's most familiar "mint scent" is the aroma of peppermint. Peppermint contains an essential oil that is unique among mints for its quality and flavor.
Star Anise - 1oz
STAR ANISE, Illicium verum
past, fresh star anise was chewed after each meal to aid digestion and
to sweeten the breath. Used in specialty Belgian and holiday style
beers, star anise has a flavor similar to licorice, yet is dramatically
different when tasted side by side.
Juniper Berries - 1oz
JUNIPER BERRIES, Juniperus communis
Usually known as the principal flavoring in gin, it is also used to flavor beer and other beverages. Native Americans have utilized juniper for its healing powers and to relieve arthritis. In folk lore, juniper planted outside a front door kept out witches who had to correctly count its needles before entering the house.
Chamomile Flowers - 1oz
The Chamomile got its name from a Greek word which means earth apple? and many other words that meant apple since the plant often has a distinguishable apple-like scent. There are many names of the Chamomile like wild Chamomile, Hungarian chamomile, pineapple weed and scented mayweed.
Peppermint Leaves - 1oz
|The world's most familiar "mint scent" is the aroma of peppermint. Peppermint contains an essential oil that is unique among mints for its quality and flavor|
Hibiscus Flower - 2.5oz
Hibiscus flower imparts berry-like, fruity and floral notes, while adding a vibrant pink/red color. Hibiscus flower can be added during the last five minutes of the boil or during secondary fermentation.
Rose Hips - 3oz
ROSE HIPS, Rosa canina
Used in wines,
teas, specialty beer and confections, rose hips are a versatile
fruit/herb. Rich in vitamin C, the rose hip shells with the seeds
removed are the best type to use for wine as seeds can add undesirable
Heather Tips - 2oz
HEATHER TIPS, Calluna vulgaris
It is both the flowers and the
greenery of this wonderful herb which impart a pleasing aroma and smooth
bitterness to beers. It is especially appropriate for a Scotch ale
known as Fraoch. With a flavor similar to a subtle chamomile/mint blend
with a hint of lavender, heather pairs well with honey. It's also great
for tea, with reputed calming qualities.
Chiles (Dried) (Japones) 2 oz
Dried Chiles(Japones) are the perfect way to spice up any homebrewing recipe. IPAs, Stouts, or even Lagers work well with a little spice. Kick up your next brew with dried chiles!
Elderflowers (Dried) - 2oz
DRIED ELDERFLOWERS, Sambucus nigra flora
These natural wonders are
good for the outside as well as the inside. Elderflowers infused in
creams have been used to soften skin, smooth wrinkles, fade freckles and
soothe sunburn. They can be used on their own for making wine or can be
added to elderberry wine to enhance flavor. On their own, they produce a
wine compared to a muscatel. Hot elderflower tea, like chamomile, can
make a soothing nightcap and is said to offer natural relief for the