by Elizabeth Freeman on 11/30/2016 | 2 Minute Read
If you’ve stuck with us long enough, you might remember our 2014 feature on Boodles. This year the 171-year-old gin maker has released a new concoction steeped with mulberries, raspberries, and currants. The “sweet and subtle” liqueur can be enjoyed both warm and cold. Packaged with the same love as their other flavors, the beautiful glass structure is fitted with a metal top and a label so intricate, you might be staring at it for hours. Made by the process of water marbling, the design has a color scheme of purple and blue.
“Boodles Proper British Gin introduces Boodles Mulberry, the first-ever mulberry gin in America. Boodles Mulberry pays homage to the humble mulberry tree which has been a familiar sight in the English countryside for centuries. Inspired by the traditional sloe gin liqueur, Boodles Mulberry is a fresh interpretation of a British classic."
"Traditional sloe gin – a product long steeped in British tradition – serves as the primary inspiration behind Boodles Mulberry. Made with mulberries, Boodles Gin and a blend of natural ingredients, Boodles Mulberry is a liqueur that is perfect for sipping both warm and cold over the holiday season."
"The taste 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 of rosemary, nutmeg and sage, creating the proper balance and complexity of flavour.”
Country: United Kingdom