Didn't get the chance to attend The Botanical Bazaar by Bombay Sapphire last week, or want to recreate the event's amazing cocktails at home? Fear not, we bring you easy instructions to make all five cocktails
Yet again, this year's Bombay Sapphire’s pop-up event was a sell-out, bringing super tasty cocktails and foods, and great entertainment to lively crowds over five days.
The event saw Bombay Sapphire spirits ambassador Chase Bickerton creating five delicious cocktails that took inspiration from some of the 10 botanical ingredients used to make Bombay Sapphire, along with flavours from across Italy, Spain, Morocco, Germany and China.
While the cocktails at The Botanical Bazaar may have had a few tricky steps that we’re unlikely to be recreating at home, Bombay Sapphire has created some easy Make-at-Home versions, to help even the most novice mixologist to get cocktail creative.
Not only that, if you want a Bombay Sapphire cocktail shaker of your own, then head to your local Liquorland to find out how you can get your hands on one.
Take some cocktail inspiration from the videos below, then click on the still images for full recipes...
A cocktail masquerading as a beer, this clever creation is inspired by German flavours and combines Bombay Sapphire gin with apple cider vinegar, passionfruit syrup, honey and Macs Three Wolves beer.
Spritzes are huge right now, this version is made with Bombay Sapphire gin, Aperol, pinot noir rosé wine and soda water.
Dragon Tiki Sling
Bringing together some heavenly Asian flavours, this cocktail blends Bombay Sapphire Gin with passionfruit liqueur, fresh pineapple juice, Angostura Bitters and soda.
Sunset Sapphire Tea
Take tea time to the next level with this Moroccan cocktail influsing Bombay Sapphire gin with fruit syrup, red bush tea, fresh orange juice and mint leaves.
This classic twist on a gin and tonic mixes Bombay Sapphire gin with premium tonic, fresh lime, basil and strawberries.