A brand of gin.

It is brought into the United States by Carillon Importers, and is ostensibly of Indian origin.

It contains at least ten botanicals, which are the flavoring agents which give a brand of gin its unique character.

In Bombay Sapphire, they are: grains of paradise, almonds, lemon peel, licorice, juniper berries, cubeb berries, orris, coriander, angelica, and cassia bark.

It is 94 proof, or 47% ethanol.