Bombay Sapphire East 1 Liter
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Bombay Sapphire East 1 Liter

Bombay Sapphire East 1 Liter

London Dry Gin

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Bombay Sapphire East includes all classic and flavours Bombay Sapphire botanicals but adding Lemongrass and Black Pepper from Vietnam

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Bombay Sapphire East Gin (42%, 84 proof $35) is an interesting extension in the Bombay Sapphire brand. It features all of the botanicals from Bombay Sapphire (juniper, grains of paradise, lemon peel, cubeh berries, coriander seeds, angelica root, almond, orris, and licorice) and then adds lemongrass and black pepper. These two new botanicals clearly stand out in the nose of the Bombay Sapphire East Gin, giving it a spicier and fuller nose. The lemongrass seems to also boost the lemon in the nose and the black pepper boosts the juniper. Other than that, the nose is fairly true to Bombay Sapphire.

As with Bombay Sapphire, the Bombay Sapphire East is a lighter style gin. The entry is soft with fairly soft flavors. As with the nose, the lemon and lemongrass really stand out with the black pepper and juniper not far behind. Flavors in this gin are fairly light and subtle, there’s nothing overly assertive or agressive in the mix. The finish on the Bombay Sapphire East is a little more singular than Bombay Sapphire. Although it’s subtle, you do get a lot of the other botanicals presenting themselves in the finish of Bombay Sapphire, including coriander, lemon, orris, and licorice. With the Bombay Sapphire East those notes are nearly lost, with lemongrass and pepper taking over.

Bombay Sapphire East Gin has put “Vapor Infused” on the front of the label which reflects the way in which they handle the botanicals for both of the Sapphire gins. Most gin producers will steep or macerate their botanicals in neutral spirit before distilling, whereas Bombay uses a botanical basket hung in the still which the vapors from the distilled neutral spirit must pass through in the distillation process. Both are perfectly acceptable ways to make gin, with the Sapphire way resulting in much lighter flavors. The addition of lemongrass and black pepper are good flavor notes to add to the mix of gin, but they seem to dominate things a bit. Bombay Sapphire is a wonderfully balanced gin and that balance isn’t a strongly captured here.

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   Size1 Litre
   Region Produced inLondon
   Alcohol Content42%
   AwardsInternational Spirits Challenge 2011 - Gold Medal
San Francisco World Spirits Challenge 2011 - Gold Medal
   Product Dimensions28 x 8 x 8 cm
   Storage InstructionsCool and dry conditions
   Manufacturer/ProducerThe Bombay Spirits Company
   Country Produced inUK
   70 CL Proportion EUR18,55

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 06 November, 2012.

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