Boodles Mulberry Gin

Boodles Mulberry Gin

(0.75l, 30%)

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A lovely British liqueur with a twist on Sloe Gin.

Boodles Gin helped define the London Dry style of Gin. But for years, you couldn’t get it in the UK. It all started at the Boodle’s Gentlemen’s Club located in the exclusive Saint James district of London. In 1845, the club came out with its own private-label Gin produced locally by Cock Russell & Company. Through a long series of mergers and acquisitions by the huge mega-corp Spirits companies, Boodles continued to be made in the UK, but was only available for sale in the US. Crazy, right? Anyway, the brand was purchased by Proximo Spirits in 2012 who have maintained the original formula and process — now produced at the Greenalls Distillery — and returned this historic Spirits to the UK and the world.

Boodles Mulberry Gin starts quite nobly enough as the classic — dare we say historic — Boodles British Gin. To this substantial base Spirit is added mulberry juice, currants, and other natural flavors. Then the result is sweetened up to the strength of a traditional liqueur. Think of it as a lovely alternative to a Sloe Gin with a decidedly fruit-forward profile. It’s darn near a bottled cocktail in itself that can be sipped warm or cold. But it also make for a flavorful mixer.
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    Flavored Gin
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    Greenall's Distillery

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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aroma is alive with lush fruit notes of plum and raspberry.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate is both fruity and herbal, but notes of mulberry, raspberry, and currant take center stage with a hint of cinnamon.

The finish lingers with a drying tartness and notes of pine.

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Ratings & Reviews
A bit cloying on its own, but mix with some Prosecco or whiskey and it’s fantastic
Too sweet for my taste
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