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
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.
The Laverstoke | A step-by-step guide to creating Bombay Sapphire's signature cocktail – The Laverstoke. Proudly named after the unique distillery | 50ml Bombay Sapphire | 15ml Martini Bianco Vermouth | 10ml Premium elderflower cordial | 75-100ml Ginger ale, chilled | 2 Lime wedges | Sliced ginger and a fresh mint sprig to garnish
Lemon & Ginger: Gently squeeze lemon peel over your glass to release its essential oils. Slice the ginger and add it to your drink along the lemon peel. Fill glass with ice cubes, add Bombay Sapphire and top off with tonic water.