Bombay Sapphire Reviews

BOMBAY SAPPHIRE Reviews

All Bombay Sapphire Reviews

Average rating: 7.4/10 (345 votes)

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Casey,
Standard is the word. While it is most certainly not the pinnacle of distilling, there is good reason for it to be widely recognized and stand out as a staple among value brands.
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August,
Very good. Lots of nice flavours. :)
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Cassandra,
Versatile, I don't have a lot of experience with Gin but I keep coming back to this
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guest,
Pretty standard gin. A good classic juniper taste but very strong notes of anise, coriander, and liquorice. Extremely well balanced, allowing all the botanicals to perfectly compliment each-other. I give it 5/10, although it is well put together it is rather simple and liquorice is not my favourite especially when it stands out as much as it does here.
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Jason,
Perfect Gin for mixers, martinis, and the like. When you're feeling a little Hemingway. Its clear, cool, and clean, it makes you feel civilized.
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Isaac,
Hands down my favorite Gin. Smooth, no crazy after taste. Just simply perfect 👌🏽
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Megan,
I love me some magic blue martinis!
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Michael,
Delicious!!
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Todd,
Perfect for a gin and tonic. Martini's I have other go to gins.
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David,
Notes of coriander, juniper berries and citrus, Better than many gins alone but great for long-drinks and cocktails,
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guest,
Makes for a good gin tonic
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Robert,
My go to gin for martinis, gin n tonics. Smooth, not to junipery. Love it
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Brian,
Best used for gin/tonic
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Justin,
Smooth, great in a martini or as g&t. Versatile.
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Charles,
Good easy dry gin, great for making gin tonics and dry martinis alike.
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guest,
Great base for GT
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Jonathan,
One of the best gins. I have tried countless gins. Many are good and I always have a few to choose from in my cabinet, but this one is a staple I refuse to be without.
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Landen,
just don't like Gin
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Austin,
Favorite Gin
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Scotty,
Always a good choice, clean, fresh, and delicious.
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Thomas,
Gin isn't my forte. But of the few i have had Sapphire is the base line for quality. My preferred cocktail: Gin-Ger Ale 1 shot of gin and a can of Ginger Ale. If you can find it, Sapphire East adds a little bit more flavor.
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Bruce,
Subtle flavor no strong pine tree taste
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Joseph,
good for Martini's that's all I use this for
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Papa,
wonderful for a martini
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Carmine,
This was my drink of choice for years!! If I’m drinking gin I’ll have this magical liquid over any other brand!! Oh the memories...
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Chris,
your average cheap gin
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James,
Martini - YES; G&T - Not so much. The Bombay Dry is my favorite of the reasonably-priced gins.
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Gordon,
Smells fresh and starts off mild but quickly turns harsh. Any subtle hint of juniper is quickly overwhelmed by salt and pepper finish. Better choices out there.
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Marc,
Nice average gin that does not have the skunky taste that green bottled gins have. You pay for the name, but a good gin.
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Scott,
Run of the mill gin - Not Hendricks but OK
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Brian,
My go-to for a great G&T
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Doug,
Good go-to gin to keep around the house. I now prefer their "East" version which is a bit more black-pepper forward and contains lemongrass, but this is the gin that I got started with, so it holds a special place for me.
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Derris,
Always does the trick when trying to wind down a busy day
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Jim,
My go to gin. I love a dirty martini made with this one.
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Valerie,
Pretty standard, good sipping Gin
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Mike,
Refreshing and light
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Kristian,
With a splash of club and some muddled cucumbers, this is my summertime go to.
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Anthony,
Love it! Smooth swallow!
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Nicholas,
Bombay Sapphire is a cheap, well made gin with less juniper punch than Tanqueray. This doesn't make it ideal for everything however and it certainly isn't worth drinking on its own. Bombay Sapphire makes a great G&T (grab the Fever Tree tonic and some actual limes) and an okay classic martini if it's shaken. It can't hold its own in a negroni however. A good shelf standard but you'll want an alternate.
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Derrel,
Love it in a very dry martini.
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Michael,
I'm no pro connoisseur, however, I enjoy the light citrus flavor followed by a pleasant juniper finish. None of the flavors over power eachother either, which is great. This, in my opinion, leads to a complex and defined gin which may very well compete with the more expensive top shelf distilleries.
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Kevin,
Love this gin. Crisp and clean. Even drier would be better
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seth,
It's good but is missing the piney flavors like tangeray has
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Cameron,
Very good
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Mary-Margaret,
Gin reminds me of mosquito repellant
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Gary,
Love it
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David,
Love the smoothness of this spirit, the best damn martini comes from Bombay Sapphire, with the exception of maybe Plymouth Gin
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Dustin,
When I decide to go the gin route Bombay is the only way to go.
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Paul,
My go to, when I am out and about. When mixed properly, Bombay Sapphire is a fantastic classic dry gin.
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Thomas,
very clean, pine scent, acerbic. I always get a bit of sweetness from Bombay that I haven't gotten much agreement on, but whatever. It's good. I don't buy it for myself because it's an out for gift givers, but it's good.