Made with the classic French 75 cocktail in mind, Few Breakfast Gin proves that gin should have a spot at your next brunch. Few considered adding coffee to make this gin stand out, but instead went with Earl Grey tea, as it compliments the juniper and citrus flavors of the gin. While the idea for a Breakfast Gin started off as a bit of a joke around the distillery, no one is laughing now at this perfect cocktail companion.
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.
While Scotland is known for other spirits, you might be surprised by some of their white spirits as well, like this Edinburgh Small Batch Gin. And while it is distilled in Scotland, the style is a perfect example of a London Dry style gin. Created using a blend of 13 botanicals, including native heather, milk thistle and pine, this small batch gin has taken home several awards and is a great choice for your next cocktail.