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Herb Collection

Get to the Root of Angelica

A Juniper-like bitter

Gabriele Lässer

Angelica, or wild celery, grows throughout temperate and subarctic parts of the Northern hemisphere, like mainland China. The indigenous Sámi people make food of this herb’s roots and medicine from its stalks. Also, gins, bitters, and liqueurs — like Chartreuse — get their distinct flavor in part from Angelica.

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