Bombay Sapphire

  Bombay Sapphire’s name originates from the gin's popularity in India during the British Raj and the sapphire in question is the Star of Bombay on display at the Smithsonian Institution.  Bombay Sapphire is marketed in a flat-sided, sapphire-coloured bottle that bearing a picture of Queen Victoria on the label. The gin is based on a secret recipe that dates back to 1761. The 10 botanicals used to create Bombay Sapphire are far from secret - they are pictured on every bottle - but what is secret is the exact quantity of each botanical used to achieve the perfectly balanced...

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