Bombay Original London Dry Gin (1L), was £19, now £15 at Asda (in-store and online)
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Bombay Original London Dry Gin (1L), was £19, now £15 at Asda (in-store and online)

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Naughty Naughty! it's not "Saphire"!
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willysnapper

Naughty Naughty! it's not "Saphire"!



I never claimed it was.
willysnapper

Naughty Naughty! it's not "Saphire"!

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Liar liar pants on fire! X)

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willysnapper

Liar liar pants on fire! X)



I don't work for MySupermarket.com. Take issue with them.
Good price for a litre - this is only 37.5% but a good straight dry gin. Would go for it if I hadn't already loaded up on Tanqueray last week at Sainsburys.
willysnapper

Naughty Naughty! it's not "Saphire"!


Mass produced all the same.For £15 a litre who cares.Decent tonic and away you go.

sandstone1

Mass produced all the same.For £15 a litre who cares.Decent tonic and … Mass produced all the same.For £15 a litre who cares.Decent tonic and away you go.


Bombay London Dry is 43% proof whilst Bombay Sapphire is 47% proof, that's aside from the difference in the botanicals used to make them.
willysnapper

Bombay London Dry is 43% proof whilst Bombay Sapphire is 47% proof, … Bombay London Dry is 43% proof whilst Bombay Sapphire is 47% proof, that's aside from the difference in the botanicals used to make them.


Like i said though it's £15 and im pretty sure sapphire is 40% in the uk.Star of bombay is 47%.
Edited by: "sandstone1" 13th Mar 2017
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