The ultimate expression of the quintessentially classic Gin & Tonic. Orris root and Angelica bring Bombay Sapphire its floral earthiness and enhance the bright, fresh flavours of citrus and juniper. Brilliantly straightforward and satisfying.
A Moscow Mule made with gin is just delicious and perfect for any season. Learn how to make it with Bombay Sapphire.
When it comes to aperitifs, you would struggle to better this classic cocktail. Learn how to make the perfect Negroni with Bombay Sapphire.
Born from the sea, the Bombay Gimlet carries bold notes of lime flavors. Try our gimlet cocktail recipe with Bombay Sapphire gin, simple syrup and lime juice.
An aromatic twist on the classic Tom Collins, this drink combines black pepper and peach tea. Learn how to make it with Bombay Sapphire gin.
Deliciously refreshing, this classic gin drink works wonderfully with Bombay Sapphire. Learn how to make a Tom Collins cocktail.
Raising a toast? Raise a French 75. Try our French 75 cocktail recipe with Bombay Sapphire gin, chilled champagne, fresh lemon juice and simple syrup.
Exotic by name and nature, try this distinctly eastern twist on our classic G&T. Using Bombay Sapphire East, it's big on citrus and spicy flavours. Always best served with a sprig of lemongrass, a sunset and your favourite people.
A simply perfect way to savour the flavours of our artisan Star of Bombay, this classic cocktail is served with a twist of orange for a touch of sweetness. Wonderfully refined, every discerning summer starts with a Star & Tonic.
With two extra exotic botanicals in the mix, our slow crafted Star of Bombay makes for a smooth, easy sipping Martini cocktail. A true star at night, it's traditionally when the sun goes down that this tasteful Martini cocktail comes out.
If you like a Tom Collins, you’ll love our Star Collins. As the name suggests, it’s made using Star of Bombay that has added botanicals to give this classic cocktail a flavour all of its own. Best served chilled, somewhere nice and hot.
On the guest list for all the best parties comes this deliciously decadent cocktail. It's a vibrant mix of Star of Bombay and chilled champagne that's best sipped from a flute.
According to legend, in 1919 it was an Italian named Count Negroni who first asked for the cocktail that came to bear his name. A wonderful aperitif, it's no surprise cocktail lovers have been asking for it ever since.