Boodle's Gin was created in 1845, by Alexander Seagram and named after thefamous Boodle's Club in St James's. Boodle's is produced in the UK but only made available to the UK consumer in 2013 Boodle's gin uses a wheat based neutral grain spirit, distilled with natural botanicals including juniper, nutmeg, fresh rosemary and sage in a rare Carter-Head still.
Boodles London Dry Gin 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 proper drink to include a slice of lemon or lime. The Boodles recipe also contains a number of traditional herbs and spices, including nutmeg, sage, and rosemary.