Abelmoschus moschatus

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Synonyms for Abelmoschus moschatus

bushy herb of tropical Asia grown for its yellow or pink to scarlet blooms that resemble the hibiscus

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Bombay Sapphire Star of Bombay (PS33.75, thewhiskyexchange.com) contains bergamot orange peel and ambrette seeds to create a distinctly perfumed note on the palate | Langley's No 8 Gin (PS28.87, thedrinkshop.com) is robust and creamy with a lovely, sweet kick on the finish | Just the measure for summer soirees, Jinzu Gin (PS33.45, 31dover.com) has juniper, coriander and angelica seeds at its heart | Portobello Road Gin (PS25, waitrosecellar.com) is wonderful with a twist of pink grapefruit to bring the citrus flavours to life | Merging sweetness with earthiness, beyond the juniper you'll find floral aromas lead to a citrus core with more spicy juniper on the smooth, creamy finish of Sipsmith London Dry Gin (PS29.45, thewhiskyexchange.com)
Another jewel in their crown and potent at 47.5% abv (as opposed to the average 40% abv), this more intense, exotic style has been embellished with two additional botanicals - bergamot orange peel and ambrette seeds - to create a distinctly perfumed note on the palate but still retains its gloriously refreshing finish.
It has top notes of pear combined with the exotic and musky Ambrette seeds.
Especially Escada has top notes of pear combined with exotic and musky ambrette seeds. At the heart of the scent is fresh and dewy rose.