Bombay Sapphire Distillery Tour

It’s not news to regular readers that the HWO household are gin lovers. Everyone recognises the Bombay Sapphire distinct blue glass bottles and has been a firm favourite of many for several decades. Relocated in 2014, Bombay Sapphire distillery is now located in Laverstoke Mill.

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We did the Hosted Experience but there is a self discovery tour which includes an interactive leaflet which has embedded technology to wake up the ‘whispering walls’.

Our tour started with the Botanical Dry House whereby you could ‘sniff’ all the different botanical ingredients such as juniper berries, cassis bark, liquorice & coriander. Once you have established which you like, you mark your card. This will then determine which cocktail would suit you best.

We then moved into the Dakin Still House where you can see two of the Stills, Thomas and Mary, which are still used today. You get to learn how the gin is infused and how methods changed to produce the London Dry Gin. It is these two Stills who help to produce the thousands of litres of Bombay Sapphire gin from the site every day. There are only 2 Distillers within the company that know the secret recipe…and yes, they’re not allowed to travel together!

Probably the highlight of the tour are the iconic glasshouses. These were designed by Thomas Heatherwick. Inside the two glasshouses you will find the ten botanicals that make Bombay Sapphire in their natural state plus some beautiful butterflies.

At the end of the tour, you are offered a cocktail based on your choices from the Dry House which was included in the entry price. I went for the English Garden which included ginger ale and apple juice – delicious!

There is a total of 7 different experiences at Bombay Sapphire so there is something for everyone and everyone’s pocket.



  1. Erin
    16/06/2019 / 7:09 pm

    I love Bombay Sapphire so this is right up my street! 🙂

    Erin || MakeErinOver

  2. 16/06/2019 / 10:01 pm

    The English garden option sounds delicious! xx

  3. 17/06/2019 / 9:01 pm

    As a gin fan myself, I haven’t actually tried Bombay Sapphire! My sister use to co-own a gin called “Deco 22” might be worth having a little nosey! John x

  4. antonia Morgan
    18/06/2019 / 9:51 am

    This sounds like so much fun xx

  5. 18/06/2019 / 11:46 am

    Oh wow this is the dream – may need to visit! x

  6. Roxie Watt
    18/06/2019 / 6:55 pm

    What a fab trip. My favourite is the Ginger & Rhubarb Gin from Edinburgh Gin. I went on their tour last year.

  7. 24/06/2019 / 4:53 pm

    This looks like an amazing tour, and the weather was perfect, too!

  8. Issy
    02/07/2019 / 3:45 pm

    This looks so cool!

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