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Bacardi Ltd

Around the globe Bacardi employ nearly 6,000 people who are guardians of a tradition of excellence dating back 150 years.

The Company sells in more than 150 global markets including the United States, Spain, France, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Germany, Italy, China, Brazil and Russia and operates 27 production facilities – for bottling, distilling and manufacturing – in 16 countries.

Bacardi Limited refers to the Bacardi group of companies, including Bacardi International Limited. It is headquartered in Hamilton, Bermuda.

The Bacardi brand portfolio includes more than 200 brands and labels including Bacardi Rum, Grey Goose Vodka, Dewar’s Blended Scotch Whisky, Bombay Sapphire Gin, and Cazadores 100% blue ageave tequila.

From their enviable portfolio of premium brands pre-eminently positioned in the spirits industry, to landmark structures that have won worldwide architectural acclaim, they have constructed their legacy on perseverance, quality, prestige, innovation and creativity.

Established:1864
Address:65 Pitt's Bay Road
Pembroke HM 08
Bermuda
Telephone:+1 441-295-4345
Website:https://www.bacardilimited.com

Bacardi Ltd Brands:

Bombay Dry Gin

Based on a 1761 recipe, at the heart of Bombay Dry Gin is its unique distillation process, vapour infusion. Unlike many other gins, which boil their botanicals directly in the spirit, the 8 exotic botanicals in Bombay Dry Gin are hand placed in a perforated copper basket. The spirit vapour passes through the copper basket infusing the spirit with the aromatic flavours of the botanicals. This way Bombay Dry Gin acquires a subtle yet full flavour taste, which makes it such a rounded and distinctive gin. Bombay Dry Gin's 8 exotic botanicals include: Juniper Berries, Coriander Seeds, Liquorice Root, Almonds, Lemon Peel, Cassia Bark, Orris Root, Angelica Root. Bombay Dry Gin is the classic and historical London Dry Gin taste, which is at the heart of all Bombay Gins.

Bombay Sapphire East

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.

Bombay Sapphire London Dry Gin

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

Star of Bombay Gin

This Gin is a variation of Bombay's bestselling gin Bombay Sapphire, but with Bergamot orange peel from Calabria in southern Italy and Ambrette seed from Ecuador – on top of the 10 botanicals used in Sapphire. The new special edition Star of Bombay gin is also presented in a modern bottle which follows a number of gins in selling in a bottle with exquisite detail.

Oxley Classic English Dry Gin

Oxley is made by the innovative Cold Distillation process and is the first spirit created without the use of elevated temperatures. Cold Distillation occurs at -5 degrees celcius capturing the natural flavours of the botanicals and preserving them in the final spirit. While Cold Distillation makes the fresh, bright, smooth taste of Oxley possible, what makes it achievable is the small batch crafted production methods that ensure consistent and exceptionally high quality of spirit. Only 240 bottles can be produced each day, making Oxley a genuine rarity. No effort is spared in the selection of only the finest quality botanicals. Some are peeled by hand, while others are cut or ground. They are then weighed and measured by hand to precisely the right proportions. The fourteen botanicals in Oxley Gin are Juniper, grapefruit, orange, lemon, coriander, cassia bark, liquorice, angelica root, orris root, almonds, cocoa nibs, meadowsweet, vanilla and nutmeg. Exclusive botanicals: Cocoa nibs Meadowsweet Vanilla

Bosford Rose

Bosford Rose is gluten-free and distilled with the same botanicals used in the original Bosford London Dry Gin recipe, created in 1948 and long-popular across Europe. This gin consists of juniper, coriander, angelica, lemon and orange peel. It is then blended with strawberry and raspberry flavors and a hint of sugar that gives Bosford Rose a light sweetness to soften the sometimes-bitter taste gin is known for, making it appealing to both loyal and non-gin drinkers alike.

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Bombay Sapphire Distillery

The Bombay Sapphire Distillery at Laverstoke Mill in Hampshire opened to the public on 1st October 2014. It has been completely renovated from a derelict mill into a state of the art premium gin distillery and visitor experience, encompassing the highest standards in design, functionality and sustainability. Visitors have the chance to uncover the unique Vapour Infusion process that gives Bombay Sapphire gin such a bright, fresh flavour in the Dakin Still House. Guests can also explore the ten botanicals nurtured in partnership with Kew Gardens Innovation Unit in the stunning glasshouses designed by Heatherwick Studio. You can also discover the aromas and unique flavour profile of each of the exotic botanicals in the Botanical Dry Room. There is also the opportunity to explore the rich history of both Laverstoke Mill and Bombay Sapphire within the Heritage Room and Gallery, and then browse the limited editions of Bombay Sapphire and cocktail accessories in the Gin Shop. To complete the experience, guests are invited to enjoy a complimentary Bombay Sapphire cocktail in the Mill Bar or on the Terrace next to the River Test. From October to March the distillery will be open from 10am until 8pm daily. From April to September…