With a name that hearkens back to the origins and popularity of the original Bombay in British run India, Bombay Sapphire gets its name from the blue sapphire-like bottle that it is sold in. The Sapphire offering of Bombay has been in production since 1987, and is created using a process known as vapor infusion, a process very few gin distillers use. Bombay creates its gin with the use of a Carter-head still, which utilizes a perforated copper basket to keep its botanicals separate and allows the spirit vapor to pass up through the still and remove any impurities before hitting the top of the still.

Bombay Sapphire (1 Litre)