Launched in September 2011, Bombay Sapphire East is the first Bombay Sapphire extension since the brand was launched 25 years earlier. This ‘eastern’ variant
Named not after the eponymous Westbourne Grove Curry House but after the Star of Bombay, a 182-carat cabochon-cut violet-blue star sapphire from Sri Lanka.
A limited edition bottle released in 2010 to mark the 250th anniversary of Bombay Original’s recipe which back in 1761 was used to make ‘Warrington Gin’
50ml Star of Bombay
15ml Martini Dry Vermouth
15ml Fresh lime juice
1 heaped bar spoon of orange marmalade
Bombay Sapphire Laverstoke Mill
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Garnish: Star of anise
Method: Shake all ingredients with ice and fine strain into a chilled glass.
Flavoured with ten botanicals: juniper berries from Tuscany, coriander seeds, angelica root, liquorice, Italian orris, cassia bark, Spanish almonds and
Original Bombay (37.5%)
Launched in March 2019, this is the first of what promises to be a series of limited editions from Bombay Sapphire. English Estate adds three new botanicals:
This Bombay Sapphire limited edition bottle was launched in 2013 to celebrate the opening of The Bombay Spirits Company’s Laverstoke Mill Distillery. The
Yes, there are some dispensaries in our state that have quality genetics available, it is just less common than other dispensary products. I have seen 707, Mephisto, Crocket Family Farms, Concentrated Genetics, Brothers Grimm, and many more.
If you can get online and order packs, so can dispensary product managers. If you are scared to order from an online seed bank, just ask a few local dispensaries if they would start carrying them for you. If there is a demand, it will be met.
Seed selection is not great here. Best bet is using an online seedbank and getting the best genetics possible.
This is a blanket generalization comment.
You should checkout Ok concentrate co in OKC, Mick is the breeder 0f 66 Cookies, sex panther, 405 cookies, Starmalade, fatlanta, OK boomer, and a few other great strains. Also, any cannabis events like high times cannabis cup, cowboy cup, green grow expo, canna-con, etc that have come to OK always have a few seed companies on-site vending quality beans. I prefer getting them directly from the breeders if possible.
A simple adaptation of the classic gin & tonic, Bombay Sapphire and limoncello are shaken with a fresh sprig of thyme and topped with Fever-Tree Mediterranean tonic water, then balanced with a freshly squeezed lemon wedge.
A complex amalgamation of Bombay Sapphire, pineapple and freshly squeezed lemon juice are shaken really well with peach liqueur and fresh tarragon leaves to provide just a hint of anise to this botanical-rich cocktail with real longevity of flavour.
A Pandora’s box of exotic botanical flavours – Bombay Sapphire is shaken with warming homemade chai tea syrup and orange juice, then harmoniously balanced with MARTINI Extra Dry. A complex sipping drink, perfect for relaxing by the river.
A modern interpretation of a gin Cosmopolitan cocktail, using Schweppes 1783 Salty Lemon Tonic to “highball” Bombay Sapphire, Triple Sec orange liqueur, cranberry juice & fresh lime wedges which provides an engaging multi-citrus drinking experience.
An avant-garde twist on a classic cocktail; Star of Bombay is enlivened over cubed ice with Noilly Prat Vermouth and Angostura Orange Bitters, then slowly strained into a chilled martini glass. We enhance the flavours with a spritz of natural orange peel oils, to make an uplifting and tantalising expression of a classic Martini.
Star of Bombay goes perfectly with Edmond Briottet Crème de Cacao Blanc & Shiraz before being lengthened with eager cloudy apple juice & Folkington’s Earl Grey Tea Tonic.
Uniquely, Bombay Sapphire is shaken well with muddled frozen red grapes, a lemon wedge and some fresh fragrant home-made lemon thyme sugar syrup to create a fruity but herbaceous sipping drink which really evokes all of the senses
This Bees Knees modern interpretation is tantalising & evocative. Star of Bombay is shaken with orange blossom honey, fresh lemon & orange juice, which pulls on the bergamot orange peel, one of the two additional botanicals in Star of Bombay.
This sublimely delicious, tantalizing and effervescent gin and tonic twist incorporates Bombay Sapphire, Fever-Tree lemon tonic water, and a gently squeezed wedge of fresh lemon. It’s then laced with Chambord, a sublime black raspberry liqueur.