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Bulldog London Dry Gin is not your average gin – it is bold, vivacious, and a refreshing take on the popular distilled spirit, an impressive, premium gin that includes poppy and dragon's eye, has a taste all its own, and can be used to create some very impressive cocktails.
Bulldog Gin Bottling Note A delicious English gin made with poppy, dragon eye, lotus leaves, citrus, almond, lavender and various other botanicals (12 in total). This is four times distilled in copper pot stills, and Bulldog had the highest rating ever received by a gin from Wine Enthusiast Magazine. It was also voted a Top 50 spirit!
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Bulldog Gin may be “English,” but the botanical blend and influence is from a vastly different part of the world: The Longan (or more dramatically Dragon Eye) is a small fruit similar to a Lychee native to Southeastern Asia. Believes to have a relaxing character in traditional medicine, it’s also common in modern Asian cuisine in soups and desserts. Lotus Leaves are another traditional medicine said to keep one’s heart healthy. The leaves are often drank as if a tea. And then there’s Poppy. More than just a bagel topping, it has healing abilities as well. There’s an unusual juxtaposition of branding and ingredients. While many brands might double down on the botanicals’ Asian provenance, Bulldog Gin instead cloaks it all in austerity and defiance. The Bulldog is an icon of British determination, and at times was used to describe Winston Churchill himself. Bulldog is distilled on a base of triple distilled British wheat base, pot distilled and then bottled at 40% ABV.
The nose is slightly floral with lavender, juniper, and a bit of citrus. Some lime and a bit of sweet orange zest. The palate, despite the bounty of Asian botanicals reads more clearly in the traditional spirit. Heavy with angelica, especially mid-palate, the juniper is piney at first and a bit astringent towards the finish. Quiet floral notes whisper but remain as a distant backdrop. The finish has a bit of astringency again, rather medium-short in terms of flavor, it tapers quickly leaving a faint, slight alcohol ringing in the recesses of the palate. The spirit is rather mild, but also somewhat thin. Rather than coating the tongue and evolving, it fades rather quickly.
The mild flavor means that Bulldog Gin isn’t going to be demanding attention in cocktails. It’s a good mixer in that it brings juniper, angelica and citrus to the cocktail but it won’t overpower other ingredients. Case and point, I think it adds a nice subtle juniper flavor to the Tom Collins, letting the lemon shine. In a Churchill Martini you can taste more of the botanicals. As you move along to a standard Martini, the Dry Vermouth almost becomes louder than the gin, and the Bulldog almost seems quieted with olive brine in a Dirty Martini. Bulldog Gin is at its best as a mixing gin, and it makes a good Gin and Tonicwith almost any tonic. On the other side, it’s absolutely obscured in cocktails like the Negroni.
The bar for gin has been raised significantly in the past decade. When it launched in 2007 there were far fewer gins doing what Bulldog is trying to do. Unfortunately, I don’t think it’s aged terribly well. The finish is short, and the curious choice of botanicals might escape even the most experienced gin taster if they weren’t called out on the bottle. Overall, Bulldog Gin is a fair gin at a fair price. Suitably acceptable for most everyday mixing needs for fans of classic style gins, it’s merely okay.
Bulldog Gin to taste… This gin is quadruple-distilled in the UK and bottled at 40% ABV. Although the juniperis noticeably present, lotus leaves, lavender, liquorice, poppy and dragon eye (a cousin of the lychee fruit) to name a few of the 12 botanicals, all play their part in creating a complex flavour profile.
Bulldog, is a very versatile gin. It takes an interesting tradition selecting exotic botanical and high quality ingredients fusing a quadruple distillation process leaving a very balanced flavor. It comes in an attractive bottle black with white font and its neck has designed a necklace fence. It has 40.0% alc. / Vol. and it comes in 70cl bottle.
Gruppo Campari has bought London Dry Gin brand Bulldog for £46.8m to strengthen its premium position in the on-trade. The group has distributed Bulldog gin since 2014 as part of exclusive ...