Published on March 10, 2023.
Made to mingle.
Every batch of Boodles Mulberry Gin is made with labour and patience.
Boodles British Mulberry Gin is made from a base of classic London Dry style which is inspired by a recipe that dates back to 1845. It begins as a clean spirit distilled from English wheat, and possesses an approachable blend of botanicals including sage, rosemary and nutmeg. A noticeable omission of citrus botanicals leads to an understated aromatic nose and taste. All of these ingredients come together to add a mellow yet herbal quality to Boodles, balancing out the essential piney notes from the juniper.
The unique recipe contains botanicals sourced from the finest growers around the world. Interestingly, Boodles Gin contains no citrus – a practical decision made by original distillers who expected a brilliant drink to include a slice of lemon or lime. Boodles is made in Britain from English wheat, distilled using a rare Carter Head still in Cheshire, bottled in Essex, and packaged in Scottish glass with labels printed in Wales. Elevate a classic martini, or enjoy in a Boodles & Tonic.
The Boodles recipe also contains a number of traditional herbs and spices, including nutmeg, sage, and rosemary. These ingredients add a mellow but herbal quality to Boodles, which balances out the essential piney notes from juniper. A further five ingredients round out the recipe and achieve a forthright but subtle spirit, suitable for any brilliant drinks – martinis, Boodles & tonics, bucks, or further mixology, for those so inclined.
The Mullberry flavour combines delicate mulberries with notes of raspberry and currant to create a sweet and subtle medley. Boodles Mulberry adds the perfect complement to Boodles British Gin’s unique botanicals creating the proper balance and complexity of flavour.
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