DRAGON EYE (Dimocarpus Longana) Sourced from China, dragon eye is also known as Longan and is first cousin to the lychee fruit. Dragon eye provides a sweet, light flavour. WHITE POPPY (Eschscholzia) Sourced from Turkey, white poppy is a vibrantly coloured flower that is widely used throughout the world for various medicinal & culinary purposes. Poppy adds a sweet and nutty flavour. LOTUS LEAVES (Nynphaea) Sourced from China, lotus leaves are from a large aquatic plant that is related to the water lily. Lotus leaves add a unique and enticing \”perfume\” flavour. LEMON (Citrus Limon) Sourced from Spain, lemon is a citrus fruit which adds a fresh crisp flavour. ALMOND (Prunus Amygdalus) Sourced from Spain, almond is one of the world’s oldest cultivated foods which add a subtle nutty flavour. CASSIA (Cinnamonum Cassia) Sourced from Indo-China, cassiacomes from the bark of the cassia tree, which is in the evergreen family and is native to China, Bangladesh, India, and Vietnam. Cassia is related to cinnamon and has a similar aromatic flavour. LAVENDER (Lavandula Angustifolia) Sourced from France, lavender is a fragrant, flowering plant in the mint family and is native to the Mediterranean region and southeast India. ORRIS (Iris Germanica) Sourced from Italy, orris is derived from the root of the iris, which is also known as the fleur-de-lis. Orris adds a flowery yet woody flavour and must be aged 5 years before it can be used. LIQUORICE (Glycyrrhiza Glabra) Sourced from China, liquorice comes from the root of the liquorice plant, a legume that is native to Greece, Turkey, and Asia. Liquorice provides a sweet aftertaste and is widely used to flavour foods, confections, and beverages. JUNIPER (Juniperus Communis) Sourced from Italy, juniper berries erries come from the juniper shrub, an evergreen coniferous tree of the cypress family, which grows in the Northern Hemisphere. Gin is named from an adaptation of the Dutch word for juniper, \”genevra\”. ANGELICA (Angelica Archangelica) Sourced from Germany, angelica is a tall perennial herb with white or greenish-white flowers that is found wild in northern parts of Europe. The roots and seeds are used to add a delicate flavour. CORIANDER (Coriandrum Sativum) Sourced from Morocco, coriander is the seed from the cilantro herb that is native to south-western Asia and northern Africa. It has a mild but distinctive lemon, sage flavour.