BOMBAY DRY GIN Review
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I’m looking forward to the day we do a blind taste test of all three Bombay’s 🙂
Mike, Feel free to try Bombay White Label, which offers more of a Traditional London Dry feel, as well as Bombay Sapphire East, which brings a taste of the Orient to town.
That’s not right – it must’ve been badly mixed, as it’s usually a very good gin (provided it’s the higher proof, not the weaker domestic UK one).
Oh well fair enough – if it’s not your thing it’s not your thing. I usually stick to vodka martinis, as I find gin a little overpowering in that particular drink.
I got a bottle. They changed the bottle and label a little bit. It’s styled like Sapphire in that the label no longer wraps around the sides of the bottle. The bottle also has subtle saddle points on the sides. Any time I take a deep breath of Bombay, it’s a rush almost.
Perhaps. I’m not a fan of Bombay Sapphire that much, but I’ve heard from people that “white label” is arguably better than Sapphire so I wanted to try it.
I’ve had this in a martini before. Maybe it wasn’t mixed properly but I felt like it tasted a little watered down compared to other gins.
Bombay Sapphire East is the blue label one BTW. It”s supposed to have lemongrass and pepper corns as added ingredients.
So this is quite an exclusive club then.
So, A few days of Gin and tonics. I’m liking the Sapphire more. I get the original being more bitter, where the sapphire has a certain spice to it. It’s like breathing in on a snowy day.
Is it wrong to keep Gin in a Whiskey decanter?
Try tasting Bombay Sapphire side by side with Bombay Dry Gin