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The Story

In fact, this is an independent spirit, BULLDOG is the vision of Anshuman Vohra, who, having grown up in the eclectic world of his globetrotting career-diplomat father, acquired a taste for the rare and exotic and a passion for gin.

Furthremore, a passion which would ultimately manifest itself in his quest to create a premium white spirit, perfectly balancing the modern and traditional. Working with a Master Distiller, Anshuman scoured the four corners of the globe for the 12 botanicals, which once quadruple distilled, would create an ultra-smooth gin with depth and subtlety, to challenge conventions and perfectly embody the new and bold aesthetic of the modern drinker.

Moreover, having created an unexpected and bold gin, he set about designing a bottle to match and BULLDOG was born, instantly gained a cult following, first in New York and then around the world and establishing it as the gin for the independent thinker.

The Gin

BULLDOG LONDON DRY GIN IS NOT YOUR GRANDFATHER’S GIN

In addition, we’ve re-invented London Dry Gin to create a smooth, balanced liquid with a citrus base. Furthermore, it’s a pliable and versatile product with multiple layers of flavours for maximum mixability. Moreover. we start with triple-distilled neutral grain spirit made with only the finest British wheat and water. However, it’s the fourth distillation where the transformation happens, when we add our unique blend of botanicals in their natural format, to the pot still. Moreover, we produce our gin at 40% ABV wherever in the world you find it. Last but not least, it achieves the perfect balance to allow the botanicals to express themselves.

Bulldog London Dry Gin

SMOOTHER ON THE INSIDE

Botanicals

THE BASE: COMBINE TO CREATE THE PERFECT CITRUS-FORWARD

BASE (Angelica Archangelica) Sourced from Germany, Angelica is a tall perennial herb with white-greenish flowers that grows wild. The roots and seeds add a subtle length and bitterness that anchor the flavour.

JUNIPER (Juniperus Communis) Having got its name from the Dutch word for Juniper, Gin is synonymous with this aromatic berry. Characterised by a pine note, it cannot be grown commercially and is sourced from the hills of Tuscany.

LEMON (Citrus Limon) Sourced from Spain, this vibrant yellow citrus fruit adds a fresh, crisp tang whilst the dried peel contains a strong fragrant oil which adds character to the base.

CORIANDER (Coriandrum Sativum) Sourced from Morocco, Coriander is the seed of the Cilantro herb native to south-western Asia and North Africa and has a mild but distinctive lemon, sage flavour.

A LAYER OF COMPLEXITY: COMBINE TO ADD WARMING SPICY NOTES

ORRIS (Iris Germanica) Sourced from Italy, Orris is derived from the root of the Iris, also known as the Fleur-de-Lis. Orris adds a flowery yet woody flavour and aged 5 years before using it.

LIQUORICE (Glycyrrhiza Glabra) Sourced from China, Liquorice comes from the root of the Liquorice plant, a legume native to Greece, Turkey and Asia and provides a sweet aftertaste to balance any bitterness.

ALMOND (Prunus Amygdalus) The almond is one of the world’s oldest cultivated foods. Ours are sourced from a specific region of Spain and add a smooth and subtle layer of nutty flavour.

CASSIA (Cinnamonum Cassia) Our Cassia comes from the bark of the Cassia tree native to Indo-China. Related to Cinnamon, Cassia adds a warming aromatic spice flavour to the profile.

A LAYER OF DISTINCTION: COMBINE TO ADD A DISTINCT FLORAL FRESHNESS

LAVENDER (Lavandula Angustifolia) Imported from Southern France, where this fragrant flowering plant grows in abundance, Lavender is a member of the Mint family and adds an earthy floral edge.

DRAGON EYE (Dimocarpus Longana) Sourced from China, Dragon Eye is first cousin to the Lychee and historically used in Asian medicine as a treatment for snake bite and adds a sweet, light tropical fruitiness.

WHITE POPPY (Eschscholzia) White Poppy is a vibrantly coloured flower and it is from Turkey. Widely used over the centuries for medicinal and culinary purposes and adds a sweet and nutty flavour.

LOTUS LEAVES (Nynphaea) Native to China, Lotus Leaves are a large aquatic plant has relation to the Water Lily. A signature botanical, it adds a unique and enticing flavour reminiscent of green tea.