November 2, 2006

Bulldog Gin Arrives for Review

Bulldog GinIt seems like just yesterday we were telling you about Bulldog Gin, and now here we are sitting with a bottle in our hands itching to give it a try. We've gotten some more information about the mysterious juniper liquor, including the fact that it's imported from London and it's currently available in New York and Georgia. We're looking forward to trying out some of their Bulldog cocktail recipes, including the Dirty Dog Martini and the Hair of the Dog, which features Tabasco sauce and a chili pepper. We bet that'll get the juices flowing.

We're all pumped up to start the reviewing (OK, drinking) process, but our Editor in Chief is holding us up because he has a cold that's blowing his sense of smell and taste. We'll get the review done and up ASAP so you can find out how much bite this bulldog really has.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at November 2, 2006 8:13 PM
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