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Bulldog 1L 40% vol. It is a spicy, soft and dry London gin. With botanists selected from eight different countries and distilled in a distillery with more than two hundred and fifty years of experience in the production of gin. A premium gin recognized worldwide.
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The Bulldog gin is a spiced gin , soft and dry. With botanists selected from eight different countries and distilled in a distillery with more than two hundred and fifty years of experience in the production of gin. A Premium gin recognized worldwide.
The gin Bulldog was born in 2007 by the hand of Anshuman Vohra, passionate about gin and tonic. Inspired by his travels around the globe, the SR. Vohra and the master distillers created a gin with twelve botanists from eight different countries, creating a gin with a smooth and harmonious flavor that did not exist in the world of gins at that time.
As an independent distillery, Bulldog was inspired by his name in Sir Winston Churchill (an iconic free spirit) and the English spirit "Bulldog Spirit" he represented.
As we have already mentioned, this gin uses 12 botanists from eight different countries, some of the botanists we find in this gin are: Chinese Dragon Eye, Turkey White Flower Poppy Seeds, Asia Lotus Flower, Lemon from Spain, Almonds from Spain, Cassia from Asia, Lavender from France, Orris from Italy, Licorice from China, Juniper from Italy, Angelica from Germany and Cliantro from Morocco.
Superb (90 to 95 points) Very Recommended.
"On the nose you will find classic aromas of the London Dry Gin, juniper with firm spirit and citrus. In the mouth the entrance is creamy ... I really like this gin ..."
Exceptional (92 Points)
"This is a gin to consider, herbal, with a spicy touch and aggressive but balanced flavors"
"It is a singular pleasure in all aspects ... The Bulldog Gin will please a large part of the public."
"A powerful blend of botanical ingredients make bulldog gin one of the tastiest premium gins on the market"
"Dryer than most and exotic in taste, perhaps due to the addition of a botanist called the eye of the dragon."