Bulldog Gin Company (Gin)
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Launched in 2007, BULLDOG Gin was conceived with a new attitude and approach to the traditionally conservative world of super-premium gin.
BULLDOG London Dry Gin is not your grandfather's gin. BULLDOG Gin is a multi-award winning, super-premium gin handcrafted at an English distillery that has been making the highest quality gin for over 250 years. The exotic botanicals and high quality ingredients combined with the quadruple distillation process allow our product to defy convention with a balanced flavour and crisp finish.
BULLDOG is vegan-friendly and certified Kosher.
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Description · Bulldog Gin Company
- Colour: Crystal clear
- Odour: Perfumed with notes of juniper, hazelnuts, citrus notes and other aromatics.
- Taste: Notes of poppy and dragon eye.
Bulldog Gin Company
Launched in 2007, BULLDOG Gin was conceived with a new attitude and approach to the traditionally conservative world of super-premium gin. BULLDOG was founded by former investment banker, Anshuman Vohra; who developed his passion for gin at an early age while enjoying gin and tonics with his...
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Posted on 29/08/12 at 10.35
Il Gin Bulldog ha un gusto deciso.
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Posted on 28/07/17 at 10.59
- The 5 main ones are Lotus Leaves, Lavender, Liquorice, Poppy and Dragon Eye which is a cousin of the Lychee fruit and an aphrodisiac.
- It is a very smooth Gin, less dry than most Gins and has been quoted as the most mixable gin for cocktails.
- It is made in Britain with 100% British grain and is housed in an eye catching bottle.
- It is quadrupled distilled in Copper Pot Stills and tripled filtered through an 8-Micron Filter.
- Bulldog was also voted one of the top 50 spirits by Wine Enthusiast Magazine, the only gin ever to make it into the top 50.
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Posted on 17/10/13 at 04.55
In mouth Bulldog Gin offers many very nice floral notes and citrus fruit. Surprise seamless integration of juniper, which is not hidden in the symphony of flavors it offers. In the following notes appear sipping lychee and lavender
Posted on 18/01/12 at 04.36
BODEGA: BULLDOG GIN COMPANY
The English gin is produced by grinding mixture of high alcohol whiskey or alcoholic mixes such that lose aroma and flavor. These are then reduced with water and placed in containers of flavoring agents. Then, the mixture is again distilled. To the resulting gin gets reduced to having an alcohol content that goes between 40C and 47C depending on the market for which it is produced.
The herbs used to flavor gin in England and America are strawberries; preferably those produced in Germany and Italy; more than any other flavoring in the smaller proportion; orris, angelica and licorice; almonds, coriander, caraway, cardamom, anise, lemon peel, orange, etc..
As always, the secret of each producer is the herbal combination brings to distillation to perfume it, so we all have developed their own formulas that secretly stored. Current Gin is a spirit produced by distilling grains such as malted barley, maize and duly rectified and flavored with juniper berries rye. Both taste and smell are obtained by distillation
Posted on 14/11/11 at 19.56
Soon as I am fond of gin was not convinced to try it but to my luck, I was right!
Name and attractive bottle with tonic and lime was Lovely.
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Posted on 31/05/11 at 17.07
Gin Bulldog: una ginebra vigorizante
Exotic ingredients among the 12 that compose, lotus leaves, poppy and dragon eye (said to increase sexual stamina and gives vitality to the heart).
To my tonic: the glass ball serve with ice to stop (to fill the glass), with the help of the shaker spoon stir the ice crystals to cool the glass and remove the water that has been released.
This time I select a slice of grapefruit, orange and other other lemon, and place them around the perimeter of the glass.
Time to take gin (short story 1001, 1002 and 1003) from a certain height in order to be oxygenated and pouring it in a circle on the glass to come into contact with the fruit.
And finally, aided by a spiral spoon, add the tonic, very slowly. This time I choose the Qtonic, with a light carbon that do not influence the texture of the gin. Riquísimo!
In short, an invigorating gin
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