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The flat-sided, sapphire-blue bottle that the world has come to know as love as Bombay Sapphire 1.75L has only been around since 1986. The recipe for this world-famous gin was inspired by the secret recipe for Bombay Original, which can trace its roots all the way back to 1761.
To the juniper berries, coriander seeds, angelica root, almonds, lemon peel, cassia bark, orris root, and liquorice that are in the original recipe are added grains of paradise and cubeb berries. These additions help the already delicious original recipe go to the next level, crafting a gin that continues to win over palates even today. It helps that Bombay chooses to vapour infuse all of its botanicals into the neutral base spirit. Many producers choose to boil their botanicals, but Bombay believes that vapour infusion leads to a more delicate final product.
Even though the bottle is blue, the gin within is not. This remarkable product is a beautiful premium gin that sets itself apart from the rest thanks to its innovative botanical list and its steam infusion method. The flavour profile of this much-loved product allows it to get along well with any number of flavours, including fruit. With its reasonable price, there is no reason not to have a bottle of Bombay Sapphire 1.75L on the ready for when the need for gin arises.
Elaboration of Bombay Sapphire 1.75L
Bombay Sapphire 1.75L
- Color: translucent color with silver sparkles.
- Flavour: Aromatic notes of juniper berries with hints of citrus fruits, spices and herbs.
- Taste: dry and elegant taste with a marked juniper, orange, lime, pepper and other herbs flavor.
PRODUCER: Bombay Sapphire.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: The great london gin Bombay Sapphire is made from the distillation of juniper berries with 10 other assorted botanical seeking the highest quality in each drop. The distillation is done in vertical stainless steel stills at high temperatures. After distillation, the product passes through a series of filtering processes to ensure purity. This gin can be eaten alone or combined with other liquors, syrups or juices to produce very creative cocktails author. It is recommended to consume at cold temperature.
The story of Bombay Spirits Co. reads itself like a travel journal, running down from "the vibrant souks in Marrakesh to the vastness of the Sahara desert", where the company seeks out the coriander seeds. From Marrocco over West Africa we pass on the Indonesian island, Java, where Bombay Spirits Co searches for the grains of paradise, finally arriving in Indo-China.More about the Producer