A delicious celebration of the Victorian era, created with infused, pressed red cherries and a touch of vanilla. Delectably smooth mouthfeel with creamy notes of almonds and pomegranate. Rich and viscous on the palate leaving a lingering hint of summer berries.
This is a spicy English gin with a robust rhubarb taste. Inspired by a crop of rhubarb originally grown in Queen Victoria’s own kitchen garden, it is now made from more locally sourced stalks. These are squeezed through a cider press to extract the juice, sugar is added and it is blended, one third/ two thirds, with 89% ABV Harrington Dry Gin to bring it to 40%.
Named in honour of Gin’s popularity in India throughout British rule, Bombay Sapphire is actually a born and bred London Gin. Flavoured with the finest Juniper berries from Tuscany, these remain at the heart of Bombay Sapphire’s flavour, resulting its much loved dry, herbal tang.
Served with lemonde and fresh fruits – the taste of summer. Available by the glass or jug
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