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Angelica in Cocktails

A Mixologist's Study of Flavors

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Angelica Herb

Angelica Herb

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  • Tasting notes:
    The whole plant is aromatic. When rubbed, young stalks and leaves have a sweet, musky scent; the taste is musky and bittersweet, slightly earthy,and warm, with notes of celery, anise, and juniper. The flowers have a honeyed fragrance.
  • Combines well with:
    almonds, apricots, hazelnuts, oranges, plums, rhubarb, strawberries

Source: Humberto Marques

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