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Leading the Signature Cocktail list will be The Lady of the West, whose worldly contents (Diplomatico Blanco rum, chamomile tea, Dolin Blanc Vermouth, Cointreau Noir, Scrappy’s Cardamom and Angostura bitters) were inspired by a family member.
Spices and herbs are featured prominently: Valerian and chamomile syrup elevate a cognac drink
Seeds or transplants of dill, parsley, fennel, cilantro, arugula, borage, chamomile and chervil may also be planted.
Why not pour 6 to 8 oz of hot water over a teaspoon of chamomile or hops?
Ingredients like valerian and chamomile promote healthy sleep, too.
Rose geranium, fennel, lavender, German chamomile and rosemary essential oil are hailed as the best essential oils for getting rid of under-eye bags.
The Wisconsin property now grows not just chamomile and lavender for spa treatments, but also 11,500 pounds of food a year, supplying its chefs with 20 types of heirloom tomatoes among other things.
The custom Dewberry bath products are inspired by the native southern dewberry plant, which has notes of chamomile and warm woodsy spices.
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