Bombay Sapphire is a brand of gin that was first launched in 1986 by IDV. In 1997 Diageo sold the brand to Bacardi. Its name originates from the popularity of gin in India during the British Raj and “Sapphire” refers to the violet-blue Star of Bombay on display at the Smithsonian Institution. Its is distilled in Cheshire, England.
Every drop contains 10 hand-selected botanicals from exotic locations around the world. The London dry gin is vapour infused with juniper, almond, grains of paradise, lemon peel, licorice, orris root, angelica, coriander, cassia bark, and cubeb berries.
Alcohol content: 47%
Nose: Bombay Sapphire opens with a touch of juniper, a ripe citrus and hints of spice in the fragrance.
Taste: The palate is exceptionally smooth and allows the botanicals to open up one by one and mix in the most lovely way with juniper slightly at the forefront.
Finish: The finish is bolder but retains the spirit’s brightness.
Disclaimer: Excessive alcohol consumption is harmful to your health, strictly not for sale to persons under the age of 18 years.