Bombay Sapphire is marketed in a flat-sided, sapphire-coloured bottle that bears a picture of Queen Victoria on the label. It being Bombay, the botanicals are clearly labeled on the bottle and this is another one of the revolutions in gin to which we owe Bombay some credit. It wasn’t just the final taste that was important, it was what went into it: Juniper, Lemon, Coriander, Angelica, Orris Root, Grains of Paradise, Cubeb Berries, Cassia, Almonds and Liquorice. Nothing particularly unusual, but it’s the effect to which they work together that has created this widely consumed and widely loved gin. It is one of the most widely drank gin in the world today. Bombay Sapphire makes an excellent Martini, and is great as a base for a Gin and Tonic. Makes for a beautiful aromatic glass of pleasure!