Boodles London Dry Gin

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Boodles London Dry Gin

70cl | 40% ABV | England

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Boodles Gin reaches its hands as far back into the history book as 1845. It takes its name from the Boodles Club, whose namesake gin was supposedly a big favourite of Churchill. It’s as classic as they come – a gin for gin fans.

Churchill had his very own way of making a Martini and we’ve no doubt he road tested Boodles Gin in such a way, but we think this is more suited to a really classically styled G&T, with Indian tonic and a lime wedge.

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"The Boodles name is legendary in the gin category and its decades old legacy is a testament to the spirits enduring quality. Good gin doesn't go out of fashion, good gin doesn't need gimmicks. Boodles is Good gin."

About this product

Boodles Gin is now made by G&J Distillery, who employ a London Dry Method, adding all ingredients to a vapour chamber in the still prior to distillation. Surprisingly (for such a classic), this gin has no citrus in it.

As with many historic brands, Boodles Gin has changed hands a few times, beginning with Cock Russel & Company. In 2001, it was sold to Pernod Ricard, before Proximo Spirits took over in 2012. The hands change, the thankfully gin remains the same!

G&J Distillery, based in Warrington, dates way back to 1761. It’s a true powerhouse, currently producing 7mn cases of spirits annually. It’s responsible for creating so many brands that there’s a very good chance you’ve already tried their wares.

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