How strong is Bombay Sapphire gin?

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How strong is Bombay Sapphire gin?

How strong is Bombay Sapphire gin?

47% The flavouring of the drink comes from a recipe of ten ingredients: almond, lemon peel, liquorice, juniper berries, orris root, angelica, coriander, cassia, cubeb, and grains of paradise....Bombay Sapphire.
Alcohol by volume40% (UK, The Nordics, Cont. Europe, Canada, Australia) 47% (US and export/duty-free)
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What is the difference between Bombay Sapphire and Bombay gin?

Bombay is a more robust, straightforward, almost brutal gin. It lends itself to ice, tonic or a dry martini. Sapphire, on the other hand, is made for the new wave of gin-based cocktails. In martini form, it is more forgiving than older spirits--able to absorb too much vermouth and live with too little, either way.

What Flavour is Bombay Sapphire?

The new Bombay Sapphire gin is a fruity creation with the natural flavour of blackberries and raspberries, and has been inspired by the classic Bramble cocktail. The pink hued gin - perfect for summer - is ideal for a fruity twist on a G&T or used as part of cocktails.

How do you drink gin Bombay Sapphire?


  1. Fill your balloon glass to rim with large cubed ice.
  2. Pour over 50ml of Bombay Sapphire.
  3. Squeeze fresh lime into drink and drop into glass.
  4. Top with premium tonic water.
  5. Stir and enjoy.

What is a good mix for Bombay Sapphire?

Bombay Sapphire is perfectly balanced with lemon juice, MARTINI Bianco, Creme de Cacao Blanc (chocolate liqueur), and Blue Curacao (orange liqueur), creating a chocolate-orange sensation.

Is Gin stronger than vodka?

Its ABV content, however, is remarkably similar. In fact, the average ABV of vodka is virtually identical to that of gin (40%), though the upper extremes on vodka are a little more severe (95% vs 76%). Therefore, it's safe to say won't find it much harder getting drunk on gin than you do on vodka.

Why is Bombay Sapphire so bad?

Bombay Sapphire gin has more of a citrus taste that deviates from the more popular juniper based gins, and as a result, gets a bad rap from hard core gin drinkers.

Which gin is better Bombay or Tanqueray?

However, when it comes to choosing one over another, especially in a classic like the Gin and Tonic, it boils down to personal preference. “If you want to taste that strong typical flavor that gin has, I would go with Bombay or Tanqueray because of their juniper-heavy flavor and aromatic spice notes,” Tonelli says.

What is Bombay Sapphire best mix with?

Bombay Sapphire is perfectly balanced with lemon juice, MARTINI Bianco, Creme de Cacao Blanc (chocolate liqueur), and Blue Curacao (orange liqueur), creating a chocolate-orange sensation.

How do you make gin taste better?

Gin goes fantastically well with citrus (as we know from the classic garnishes of lime or lemon). Bitter lemon is a popular alternative among those who don't particularly enjoy the taste of tonic, and it's handy to have in the cupboard as it goes well with most gins, particularly, of course, the citrus-led ones.

What are the ingredients of Bombay Sapphire gin?

  • The Making of Bombay Sapphire Gin. The botanicals are nicely balanced and add a crispness to the spirit. The ingredients are an international affair and include Italian juniper berries and orris root, Spanish almonds and lemons, grains of paradise from West Africa, Chinese licorice and cassia bark, angelica from Saxony, Moroccan coriander and cubeb berries from Java.

How much is a bottle of Bombay Sapphire gin?

  • Here are 11 things you should know about Bombay Sapphire gin. A bottle of Bombay Sapphire will run you about $20, and the brand's super-premium version christened after its namesake, the Star of Bombay, costs about twice that amount.

What is the difference between Bombay and Bombay Sapphire gin?

  • The main difference between this, the Blue Sapphire Gin East and the Bombay Original is the addition of four more botanicals (grains of paradise, cubeb berries, Thai lemongrass and Vietnamese black pepper).

Who owns Bombay Gin?

  • Bombay's Canadian operations were purchased by the B&C Group, which operates the Benix and Bowring retail banners in Canada. Bombay Canada is now owned by Fluid Brands Inc. Toronto based retail mogul Fred Benitah owner of Fluid Brands Inc. also owns Bowring Brothers , Canadian home decor retail chain.

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