Boodles British Gin 70cl

English Gin • 70cl • 40%
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Boodles British Gin
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Country English Gin
Distillery/Brand Boodles

Boodles British Gin

This London Dry Gin, repackaged and rejuvenated under new ownership in 2013, takes its name from Boodle's gentleman’s club in St. James's, London and is now produced at the Greenalls distillery.

Famous members of Boodle's gentleman’s club included former Prime Minister Winston Churchill and James Bond author Ian Fleming, which of course makes Boodles an obvious choice for a Vesper.

Churchill also enjoyed gin however and Boodles may have been his favourite brand. I read a story the other day of how Winston added so little vermouth to his Gin Martinis that sometimes a mere glance in the direction of France would suffice!

Winner of 1 spirit awards

Gin - 2019
San Francisco World Spirits Competition

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This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Boodles British Gin
When can we get it back in the USA?
A friend introduced me to Boodles back in 1987 and when ever I got got the chance to purchase, that was my go to brand. Now it is not sold here in the eastern states of the USA. I miss drinking that gin.
Paula L , United States
3 years ago
Prefer Beefeaters
My go to is Beefeaters, favorite is probably Tanqueray, for a perfect dry martini. Boodles tastes a little harsh and less aromatic to me. Probably a little cleaner than Gordon’s. Beautiful packaging, but Beefeaters is less expensive and better in my opinion.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
The very best!
I love it and the smooth taste is the best part for me. It makes the best martinis!
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Will recommend to all
It is wonderful. A Benedictine monk who taught me in college loved it. I rediscovered it later in life . Introduced an elderly widow friend to it . Thanks
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
The best
I tried Boodles gin in the square bottle while living in San Francisco
It immediately became my favourite gin
Nothing sticks out
Incredible in G & T's
Superb in martini
It has a sharpness
Herbal Pitney
Even oily style
That fit together
The best
Pure and simple
A cut above
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
I love martini's, straight up and icy cold and have tried them with many different gins over the years, finally settling on Beefeaters for a long time. Now that I have finally found Boodles in my local liquor store I will be using only that for
I had read about Boodles Gin in books for many years but had never seen it for sale in our liquor stores. Then this past Christmas (2018), there it was on the shelf of my local LCBO. I immediately purchased a bottle putting my usual Beefeater Gin back on the shelf, and after having my first taste I knew that it would be my gin of choice in the future. My dad introduced me to Beefeater martini's when I was 18 (shhh, he was not supposed to do that until I was 21) and I had made them his way ever since (I am 76 at this time), but I am now making them only with Boodles gin which I find to be a much smoother gin than any I have tasted before. Btw, I live in Ontario, Canada
K. G , Canada
5 years ago
Right balance and favorite martini gin
I drink a lot of martinis––better phrased I drink a martini or two most cocktail hours (6:1). I have tried most of the major and some minor gins. I keep coming back to Boodles. Some distillers try to stuff too many herbs and flowers in their gin; some filter it so it is too "clean". Boodles is the right combination for me. If I were on a desert island I'd wish for a case of Boodles to wash up on the beach.
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
Not Much of a Drinker, But When I Do........
I am not much of a drinker, but after trying a few other brands of gin, not liking them, my husband came home with Boodles. I really like it, and have gotten several other people on to it. Very smooth, and does not give me headaches. Love my Gin and Tonics, slice of lime. Mmmmm.
Mary L , United States
5 years ago
I love Boodles Gin! I never thought I would be gin person BUT I had a Vesper at the Chateau Frontenac in Quebec, Gin, Vodka, Lillet Blanc and a dash of bitters. Absolutely the best, sexiest martini ever!! When I got home I wanted to make a cocktail with similar ingredients and this is what I have come up with: four ice cubes, 1.5 parts of Boodles Gin, .5 parts St.Germain, .75 parts Lillet Blanc, topped with soda and a piece of lemon peel. Just lovely!!
Jean , Canada
5 years ago
Great gin for a gin drinker particularly in a dry martini up.
That best! My favorite brand of gin always
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago