VII HILLS Italian Dry Gin is an aromatic and fruity juniper spirit, lightly citrusy on the nose.

On the palate, sweet pomegranate notes with hints of roman chamomile, perfectly balanced by the earthy freshness of the celery.

 
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JUNIPERORUM, juniper

Juniper was used to cure diseases and over the centuries it has been used as a diuretic, an antiseptic and a cure for digestive problems.

 

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APIUM,
celery

The Romans valued it more for cooking than for religion, although much superstition was connected with it. The Romans also thoughts that celery could prevent hangover.

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ROSA CANINA,
rose hip

The full flower was used as an ornament, with its petals to aromatise wine and to produce therapeutic rose oil.

 
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CHAMOMILLA, CHAMOMILE

Chamomile tea was used by the Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians as a salve for wounds to expedite healing, being known for its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antioxidant effects.

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CITRUS SINENSINS, BLOOD ORANGE

Oranges were occasionally depicted in Roman art,  being a symbol of wealth and fertility

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CYNARA,
ARTICHOKE

Ancient Romans considered it a delicacy and an aphrodisiac. Artichoke was also attributed to being effective in securing the birth of boys.

 
 
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MALOGRANATUM, POMEGRANATE

Known in Latin as "seeded apple”, pomegranate was grown in the “hortus” and considered a medical healing and symbol of fertility