Bombay Saphire Gin and Tonic

Skill Level: Easy   Occasion: Relaxing Evening   Glass Type: Michelangelo Coupette

Created for international gin and tonic day, the pear & ginger, gin and tonic cocktail is a great treat for evenings out or when relaxing at home after a busy days work. There’s the sweet citrus notes from the pear juice, warming aromatic ginger garnish, all served invitingly ice cold. The final touch? Listen for the effervescent tonic fizz, topped off with ginger slice and a sage leaf garnish.


  1. 50ml Bombay Sapphire
  2. 15ml pear juice
  3. ¼ fresh lime squeeze
  4. 100ml tonic water
  5. Garnish with ginger slice, lime wedge and sage leaf



Fill a balloon glass with cubed ice in order to cool it, and keep the liquid as cold as possible.


Build the drink over the ice, start by adding Bombay Sapphire, followed by the pear juice and squeeze fresh lime, stir with a cocktail stirrer


Add tonic gently into the glass and Garnish with a slice of ginger, lime wedge and a sage leaf


Purchase your bottle of Bombay Sapphire Bombay Saphire

Bombay Sapphire create a traditional tasting gin with strong juniper flavours and a powerful dry finish. Using eight exotic botanicals their classic London dry gin certainly achieves this.

If you would like to purchase your own bottle of Bombay Sapphire and make this delicious gin and tonic or try it on its own, you can here. Alternatively, you can find our more about Bombay Sapphire here.

Have you tried a gin and tonic using Bombay Sapphire? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below…

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