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Bombay Sapphire East

From Bacardi Ltd

Created using an artisan Vapour Infusion distillation method and adding two new botanicals to the original Bombay Sapphire. Gin historical recipe; crisp Thai Lemongrass and spicy Vietnamese Black Peppercorn, Bombay Sapphire East Gin will take the senses on a journey unlike any other.

The 12 exotic botanicals, in Bombay Sapphire East gin include: Juniper Berries, Coriander Seeds, Liquorice Root, Almonds, Lemon Peel, Cassia Bark, Orris Root, Angelica Root, Cubeb Berries, Grains of Paradise, Lemon Grass and Black Peppercorns

While most gins are made by boiling botanicals in neutral grain spirit, Bombay Sapphire East gin is created through a unique Vapour Infusion process that combines the botanicals with the spirit while it is still in vapour form. The result is a classic London dry gin that is incomparably smooth, nuanced and flavourful.

ABV:42%

Botanicals used in Bombay Sapphire East:

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