BOODLES - British Gin

London Gin
BOODLES - British Gin

Country of Origin


Key Information

Reminiscent of citrus, flowers and spices.

Loaded with fragrance, this is a classic combination of power and finesse as it lingers with a smooth, oily finish.

Boodles British Gin is a brand of gin bottled and distributed in the United Kingdom by the company of James Burrough.

It is imported to the United States from London, England and bottled for American consumption by Boodles British Gin Co. in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.

Boodles was named after Boodle's gentlemen's club in St. James's, London, founded in 1762 and originally run by Edward Boodle. It was reputed to be the favourite gin of the club's most famous member, Winston Churchill, though the same has been claimed for Plymouth gin.

Boodles was originally bottled in the United States by Joseph E. Seagram & Sons. Distillers Corporation acquired Joseph E. Seagram & Sons in 1928, and changed their name to The Seagram Company Ltd. In 2000, Seagram's assets were later sold to companies like Pepsico, Diageo, and Pernod Ricard.

Today, Boodles is produced by Chivas Brothers for Pernod Ricard, USA.


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