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Bombay Sapphire

Bombay Sapphire

Bombay Sapphire was launched in 1987 and the name is derived from the popularity of Gin during the British Raj which soared as the British officers drank large amounts with tonic. It was discovered that the quinine, that gave tonic its bitter taste, was effective in warding off malaria which was a continual problem at the time.

The spirit boasts 10 exotic botanicals which gives the unique floral taste.  

Bombay Sapphire was launched in 1987 and the name is derived from the popularity of Gin during the British Raj which soared as the British officers drank large amounts with tonic. It was discovered that the quinine, that gave tonic its bitter taste, was effective in warding off malaria which was a continual problem at the time.

The spirit boasts 10 exotic botanicals which gives the unique floral taste.  

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