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Bombay Sapphire London Dry Gin

Produced by: Bacardi Ltd

We are passionate about producing the finest gin possible; which is why the creation of Bombay Sapphire gin is truly unique.

Whilst ordinary gins boil their botanicals directly in the spirit to achieve their flavour, the taste of Bombay Sapphire gin is created through the Vapour Infusion process.

Bombay Sapphire gin contains 10 exotic botanicals, including: Juniper Berries, Coriander Seeds, Liquorice Root, Almonds, Lemon Peel, Cassia Bark, Orris Root, Angelica Root, Cubeb Berries, Grains of Paradise.

From a 1761 recipe, these 10 precious botanicals used in our gin are held separate from the spirit in perforated copper baskets, and when the heated vapours rise, the distinctive flavour of the botanicals are captured in the spirit.

The result? A complex aromatic liquid that delivers the tantalising and smooth flavour that is Bombay Sapphire London Dry Gin.

Exclusive Botanicals:

  • Grains of Paradise

Botanicals used in Bombay Sapphire London Dry Gin:

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