The mark consists of a representation of a bottle with a dark blue label with the words "COCK RUSSELL and COMPANY" with the words "Cock Russell" and "And Company" separated by a stylized crown with two crosses as a design on the front of the crown, the word "BOODLES" is situated beneath this wording and design and the next line includes the wording "British", below this wording are the words and date "Est. 1845" in small lettering and above the wording "Gin", the final line of wording includes the wording "London Dry", all in white; dark blue neck with a white crown and silver cap. The broken lines depicting the shape of the cap, the neck shape of the bottle, and the bottom of the bottle and are not part of the mark.
"COMPANY" AND "BRITISH EST. 1845 GIN LONDON DRY"
The color(s) dark blue, white and silver is/are claimed as a feature of the mark.
Bottles, jars or flasks with bulging, protruding or rounded sides