Bombay Sapphire Gin 70cl

70cl / 40%
Bombay Sapphire Gin 70cl
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Trendy younger sibling to Bombay Original, on whose recipe it is based (with a couple of extra botanicals). Credited with kickstarting gin's fashionability since its launch in 1987, Bombay Sapphire has become a truly iconic brand, with its distinctive blue bottle recognisable in bars the world over.



  • Coriander seed Coriander seed
  • Liquorice root Liquorice root
  • Lemon Lemon
  • Almond Almond

Bombay Sapphire Gin 70cl Reviews

14 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    23 December 2016

    Drinking it with Schweppes Tonic and ice. Smooth and subtle.

  • 2
    30 June 2016

    Taste it with tonic and... its not my kinda taste

  • 5
    22 June 2014

    This was a gift for my sister-in-law and she was overjoyed at the content of the bottle and the presentation glass and its casing, JOB WELL DONE!!!

  • steve 11 July 2013

    im hooked on this good gin

  • Anonymous 15 February 2013

    Everyone has different taste so different gins suit different taste buds. I like it!!

  • Mani 13 December 2012

    Whenever Gin comes to my mind,its Bombay Sapphire only;total top stuff with lovely flavours..

  • jay 4 December 2012

    a beautiful cerfisticated taste and toped off with a kick thats just right all over perfect

  • Ella 5 February 2010

    This is a nice smooth, rounded gin, which you can appreciate if the palate is not tainted, as it is not too 'sharp'. Use a tonic such as Fever-Tree to complement the wonderful taste and aroma. Enjoy.

  • puceflume 11 October 2009

    Good Lord! I wouldn't touch this stuff with yours, has a very unpleasant, dusty, coriander husk flavour to it and that's all. Totally overpowered by tonic and useless in a martini. Use it to clear the drains. Drink Plymouth if you don't want too much juniper, or Tanqueray, Beefeater 24 or Junipero if you actually like gin.

  • L 22 January 2009

    top quality drop. a exquisite blending of botanicals mixed with dryness that other gins often lack, make this drink perfect for anyone that wants their gin and tonic or soda with a dryer edge. reasonable juniper hit, licorice undertones, may be too dry for some martini drinkers.

  • Jon 26 November 2008

    An excellent gin, with nicer botanicals than most, and a fresh taste - although it's not too dry. A good, every-day kind of gin, which started me on the gin kick, and I still keep a bottle in, alongside the Tanqueray and Hendricks!

  • Anonymous 25 November 2008

    Absolute rubbish stuff. The vodka drinkers gin. Has little or no juniper flavour and that is what gin should taste of! Mines a Tanqueray anytime!

  • STEVIE 25 November 2008


  • Jason 19 September 2007

    Gotta love this gin! My favourite. Smell greats and taste damn good. I prefer this coz it's much more smoother than the rest.