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Bombay Sapphire Distillery

Muddy Says: Home to one of the most famous gins in the world. Not only do they make the legendary drink here, but you can take a fascinating tour and even hire it out as a venue. Cheers!

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If you’ve ever sipped a G&T, you’ll know the name Bombay Sapphire. The legendary tipple is infused with no-less than ten botanicals from the four corners of the world, something that has made it famous the world over.

The Bombay Sapphire Distillery is SO much more than a producer though. This is the place to go if you’re committed to your gin or even if you’re just the tad curious about the alchemy that happens to create the drink.

As part of the daily tours, you can book onto one of the three experiences: The Self-Discovery Experience, The Hosted Experience and The Gin Cocktail Masterclass – these take your knowledge of the drink from a budding enthusiast to the ultimate gin connoisseur (plus there’s a chance of a few drinks, yay!)

The distillery also offers the glorious buildings (I mean, just look at them.They’re fabulous) out as function venues, making them ideal for a wedding reception or private event. With a number of different spaces to choose from the team at the distillery will cater to your requirements with the finesse that comes with the Bombay Sapphire name.

Added bonus, if you want to partake in a drink or two (errr, yes) then they also provide a shuttle bus to nearby stations at Overton and Micheldever. Hoorah!

Bombay Sapphire Distillery experiences must be booked online in advance, and when you visit please remember to leave the stilettos at home, as you need to be wearing flat closed-toe shoes to enter the production area.

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