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Bombay Sapphire Gin

London Dry Gin /47% ABV / England, United Kingdom

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Product details

Category
London Dry Gin
Region
England
ABV
47%

Product description

Bombay Sapphire is a world famous gin known for its distinctive blue bottle. Every drop contains 10 hand-selected botanicals from exotic locations around the world. The most versatile gin for cocktail creativity. Perfectly balanced, bright and fresh. A fresh, balanced taste with bright citrus notes. Each sip features notes of juniper, citrus coriander, peppers and spices. BOMBAY SAPPHIRE Gin goes well in a martini cocktail or Tom Collins.

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  • Maria
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    gin is so good with ginger ale

  • Mark Strongman.
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    This is one of my favorites. Multiple botanicals add depth and nuances.

  • Justin
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    Amazing night with Bombay saphire. My friends first time with gin so I made sure he had a top teir experience. I'm more of a whiskey fan however gin is a close second. Couldnt recomend Bombay saphire highly enough.

  • Corinna Beardsley .
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    Just what I wanted

  • Ray Kantai.
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    My wife loved it

  • Diana Arthur.
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    Tasty, per usual.

  • Mackenzie
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    I’m sure that someone is enjoying it…not me! I just paid for it!

  • Brett
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    Not a huge fan of gin, but this has to be the least bad one I have tried which means for gin enjoyers it must be amazing

  • Dolores Lamb.
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    Very tasty! I usually drink Hendricks and this was a delightful change

  • Patricia Gargone.
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    Good price.

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FAQs

The Star of Bombay is a 182-carat Sri Lankan sapphire that’s easily worth over $100 million; luckily, the gin that shares its name should not cost you more than $40 or so per 750mL bottle (with some liquor stores listing lower). Bombay Sapphire gin is well-balanced and crafted using artisanal ingredients — while the exact recipe is a secret, you can probably identify a few common botanicals like bright juniper, tart citrus, sharp pepper, and sweet licorice. Considering its extensive ingredient list and expensive-looking bottle, Bombay Sapphire is actually a pretty affordable gin.
One word: tonic — Bombay Sapphire is THE gin to buy for those who love a classic gin and tonic. The delicate yet complex flavors pair well with simple, uncomplicated mixers. Bombay Sapphire is affordable enough that you won’t feel guilty using it in gin-based cocktails, but the spirit’s quality will elevate whatever mixed drink you choose to shake up. Some popular Bombay Sapphire pairings (besides the classic tonic and lime) include ginger ale, elderflower liqueur, lemonade, seltzer water, cold brew coffee, and cranberry juice (psst: you can find dozens of fun mixers and fruit juice on your Drizly app).
Both Bombay Original Dry Gin and Bombay Sapphire use the same gin botanicals (like juniper, lemon, and licorice) and distillation process (the latter employs a complicated steaming technique in lieu of simply steeping the ingredients). But, Bombay Sapphire is much more popular than the brand’s OG gin. There isn’t that much of a difference on paper — Bombay Sapphire sells in an appealing blue bottle and boasts just two extra botanical ingredients. Yet Bombay Original Dry Gin is often described as much harsher on the palette, whereas Bombay Sapphire is a better choice for gin martinis and upscale cocktails.
Gin, in general, is an acquired taste, so you’ll want to make sure that the recipient is a fan before selecting Bombay Sapphire as a gift. Bombay Sapphire is a well-crafted spirit to be sure, but the piney juniper and peppery notes create a bold flavor. That said, this attractive blue bottle is a staple in any home liquor cabinet, yet it’s affordable enough that you won’t wince when you give it away. For a cocktail party or notable celebration, you can feel confident bringing a bottle of Bombay Sapphire as a hostess gift.

BOMBAY SAPPHIRE Recipes

Bombay  Lemonade

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BOMBAY SAPPHIRE Gin uses vapor distillation to get all the fresh, bright flavors out of the 10 sustainably sourced botanicals. What better way to show off all those bright, citrusy notes than in a Bombay Lemonade?

Bombay Sapphire & Tonic 

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The classic Gin and Tonic is perfect for any occasion or time of day. Learn how to make a Gin and Tonic with our Bombay Sapphire for a crisp and clean taste.

Bombay Mule

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A Moscow Mule made with gin is just delicious and perfect for any season. Learn how to make it with Bombay Sapphire.

Bombay Sapphire Negroni

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When it comes to aperitifs, you would struggle to better this classic cocktail. Learn how to make the perfect Negroni with Bombay Sapphire.


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