Date of Review: Thu, 02 Dec 2010
Author: Angela Sarah Newman
Review: I was introduced to this gin whilst out with my girly friends in a bar in London recently. Love it... Absolutely love it. Hunky barman suggested we try it as a Tom Collins. Apparently 50ml Bombay Sapphire, 25ml freshly squeezed lemon juice, 15ml of sugar syrup (or 2 tea spoons of caster sugar!) stir then top up with loads of ice. He then stirred it again and topped the cocktail with Fever Tree soda water and stirred for a final time. Finally it was garnished with a large lemon wedge for appearance and aroma. Delicious! Now we\\\'ve been introduced to these, I\'ll never drink anything else - so refreshing and complex. Bombay Sapphire Collins all the way.
Date of Review: Wed, 24 Nov 2010
Author: charles craig
Review: Given its status, not as impressive as I remember. Tanqueray has more botanical flavours and dilutes better in a gin and tonic.
Date of Review: Thu, 02 Jul 2009
Author: Tony Stilling
Review: I first discovered Bombay Sapphire many years ago and it ignited my love for Gin. Whilst not the best gin in the world, as a 'daily drinker' you can't go wrong with Sapphire. With ten distinct botanicals and a rare distillation process it has a smoothness that the other 'standard' Gins lacks. Mix it with Fever Tree tonic, a slice of lime and plenty of ice and you have the perfect G&T. Delicious.
Date of Review: Thu, 18 May 2006
Author: Aaron Zall
Review: I am not a Gin drinker, except in cocktails where this Gin mixes exceptionally well, great for Singapore Slings etc, it lends a more complex flavour, well worth the extra few quid more than Gordons and the like.
For a martini though I would go for a Tanqueray Number 10, if funds will allow that is.
Date of Review: Wed, 28 Sep 2005
Author: Joseph Baker
Review: Many regard this gin as a case of style over substance, but it will make for a tasty martini.