Released in the late Bombay Sapphire was the first London Dry to be marketed as a 'super premium' Gin. While most gins take their flavour from four or five botanicals, most notably, the juniper berry, Bombay Sapphire uses no less than ten, achievi
Ultimate Gin & Tonic: Fill glass with ice cubes , add Bombay Sapphire and top off with tonic water and a splash of lime juice. Garnish with a lime wedge - this Gin is so lovely and smooth, my favourite drink.
British designer Thomas Heatherwick has completed work on a new complex for gin company Bombay Sapphire in Hampshire, England, including two sculptural glasshouses that are heated using warm air created during the distilling process
Lemon Basil: Slice lemon into eight wedges. Gently squeeze them over your glass, then place as many as you like into each glass, along with the basil. Fill glass with ice cubes, add Bombay Sapphire and top off with tonic water.