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Boodles Mulberry Gin

For centuries, the Mulberry tree has lined English countrysides. The fruit from the tree has also been a fixture in Mulberry Gin, a lower ABV liquor commonly used in punches and cocktails. Boodles Mulberry Gin pays homage to those traditions, with a fresh take on the classic drink. It's a sweet sipper, with mulberries, raspberry, and currant flavors. It's the first mulberry gin to be made available stateside, and can be enjoyed over ice or in a punch for your next cold weather gathering.

  • Anty Gin

    The Nordic Food Lab and The Cambridge Distillery have teamed up to create a gin that is the first in the world to use red wood ants. Anty Gin actually distills the wood ants known for the formic acid that sits in their abdomens, which just happens to be a perfect reactive compound for alcohol. Each bottle is labeled using The Cambridge Distillery's 1924 typewriter and contains the essence of around 62 wood ants. And when Bulgarian juniper berries and wild springtime botanicals are added, it's a unique gin that not only fits well in a cocktail, but carries an incredible story with it as well.

  • VL92 Gin

    Not unlike the famous Dutch spirit Genever — VL92 Gin starts with a base of Malt Wine. It's then re-distilled with a mix of 14 botanicals including fresh cilantro, juniper, orange peel, and some others that remain a secret. Made at the Van Toor Distillery in Vlaardingen, Holland, this unique gin is an ideal choice for your next G&T as the spring weather makes a few hours on the patio more and more tempting.