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HERBARIUM _
BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A collection of exclusive spirits continually updated by Nysura Distillery, designed to exalt the purity of each single botanical hand-harvested and distilled in accordance with sustainable artisanal procedures. The Herbarium Botanical Spirits Line tells the story of Dario Rinaldi’s passion and regard for the plants of the Mediterranean, rooting his founding of Nysura Distillery.

Any eventual opalescence of our spirits is significant of the careful and natural method used to extract the essential oils during the process of cold distillation.

40% ABV - available in 50cl bottles.

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CAPSICUM / HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of certain spicy varieties of Capsicum annuum (the botanical name of chilli). The pungent taste remaining without the heat of spiciness.

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BASILICUM/ HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of the leaves of Ocimum basilicum (the botanical name of basil). An aromatic plant which has since time immemorial, fragranced the torrid Sicilian summers.

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ROSMARINUS / HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of the flower and the young tender leaves of Rosmarinus officinalis (the botanical names of rosemary). A most fragrant plant cultivated in the orchards and gardens of Sicily since ancient times.

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SAMBUCUS / HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of the flower of Sambucus nigra (the botanical name of homonymous shrubs). Shrubs whose white blossoms paint the late spring Sicilian landscape.

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TAROCCO / HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of Cituus sinensis cv. Tarocco. This Sicilian spontaneous mutation of orange, unique in its red-orange colour of excellence, has its origin in the province of Siracusa.

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CAPPARIS/ HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of the petals and flower stamens of Capparis spinosa (the botanical name of the caper plant), which, in summer, flourishes copiously on the rocky chalky ravines throughout Sicily.

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FEMMINELLO / HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of Citrus limon cv. Femminello Sircusano; this strain of the lemon plant cultivated in Sicily, is noted for the superior quality of the essential oils within its peal.

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SCHINUS / HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of Schinus molle (the botanical name of pink pepper). A tree well-suited to the Sicilian climate.

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CERATONIA / HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of the fruit of Ceratonia siliqua (the botanical name of carob or locust tree). This beautiful tree is symbolic of the Sicilian landscape.

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SALVIA / HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of Salvia officinalis (the botanical name of sage). A most fragrant medicinal plant which thrives under the Sicilian sun.

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FENICULUM / HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of Foeniculum vulgare (the botanical name of wild fennel) a renown ingredient of the Sicilian cuisine.

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EUCALIPTUS / HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of Eucalyptus globulus (the botanical name of the eucalyptus tree), which has characterised the woods and hedge ways throughout Sicily since the beginning of the twentieth century.

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CALAMINTA / HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of the flower and tender young leaves of the Calamintha nepeta (the botanical name of lesser calamint). A most fragrant herb which colours the uncultivated soil of the Sicilian hills in its pale violet.

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GLICIRIZIA / HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of the roots of Glycyrrhiza glabra (the botanical name of liquorice). A perennial herbaceous plant that prospers in the uncultivated fields of Sicily.

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TYMBRA / HERBARIUM _ BOTANICAL SPIRITS LINE

A distillate of the flower and tender young leaves of Thymbra capitata (the botanical name of wild thyme). A shrub which grows naturally in the sunny uncultivated soil across Sicily.

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