Festive Cocktail Recipes from Bombay Sapphire

Hosting Christmas this year with no clue what to do for drinks? Fear not, Bombay Sapphire have you covered with their scrumptious cocktails to please your friends and loved ones for Christmas.


Mulled Collins


50ml Mulled Bombay Sapphire Premier Cru Gin*
20ml Fresh Lemon Juice
25ml Monin Sugar Syrup
Soda Water


Mix first three ingredients in a highball glass, and half fill with cubed ice
Top up two thirds with soda water, and add more fresh ice
Mix and then garnish with a lemon wheel


Clementine Spiced Mule


50ml Bombay Sapphire Gininfused with clementines*
25ml Fresh Lime Juice
15ml Monin Ginger Syrup
15ml Monin Cinnamon Syrup
Ginger Beer


Mix all ingredients, apart from the ginger beer, in a highball glass, and fill two thirds with cubed ice
Top two thirds with ginger beer and fresh ice
Garnish with a lime wedge

Elevated serve: Wrap a kitchen towel around the cube ice and, using a rolling pin, brake up the ice into smaller shards. For a final touch, grate fresh cinnamon on top of the drink before serving.

*Clementine Infused Gin: 
Peel 2 clementines (removing as much pith as possible) and infusing in 250ml gin. Leave to infused for a minimum of 2 hours.


Festive Negroni


30ml Bombay Sapphire infused with coffee and raspberries*
30ml Martini Rosso Sweet Vermouth
30ml Bitter aperitif (e.g. Martini Riserva Bitter/Campari)


Mix all three ingredients in a mixing glass and fill with cubed ice
Stir to integrate the flavours
Strain into a rocks glass filled with cubed ice
Garnish with raspberry fruit leather**

*Coffee and raspberry infused Bombay Sapphire:
For a Negroni batch 15g coffee beans and 100g raspberries – leave to infused for five hours (more for a more intense infusion), then strain into a bottle.

**Raspberry fruit leather:
Separate the beans from the raspberries. Weigh the raspberries and blend with 20% sugar until it makes a paste. Spread on a baking sheet, place in the oven and cook on the lowest setting (approx.. 50 degrees for approx. 5 hours). Allow to cool, then cut or tear into shapes.

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