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Star of Bombay cocktails for the New Year’s Eve!

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As the New Year’s Eve is coming really fast, it’s another occasion to celebrate during the non-stop end of the years partys. We often wonder what we will serve our guests as a welcome cocktail, unless you are experts behind the bar, we are often a little lost and often repeat the same cocktails. That’s why, with the Star of Bombay gin, I suggest you some recipes of cocktails, so that your evening of the 31 (it can also be before, question to test there) will be total success!

A bolder version of the original gin

This gin is bolder expression of their signature style gin, The Bombay Sapphire. With two additional botanicals, carefully selected then slowly distilled for a more intense flavour. Adding a rich new dimension to their original recipe. Ambrette seeds, solely sourced from Ecuador. And gently dried bergamot orange peel hand-picked in Calabria. To maintain the integrity of the 12 botanicals, they slow down the vapour infusion process and distil them for longer. Ensuring rich aromas and deeper flavours. This makes an exceptionally smooth gin designed to be enjoyed on its own in a Martini, or in a variety of contemporary cocktails. Perfect for some amazing cocktails to celebrate the New Years Eve!

The cocktail recipes with an amazing gin:

Star of Bombay & Tonic

Let’s start with the classic, their version of the gin and tonic. To appreciate all its aromas, I suggest you serve it in a whiskey glass, with large ice cubes and garnished with a serrated orange peel.


Credit: Bombay Sapphire


  • 1 part of Star of Bombay gin
  • 2 part premium tonic water
  • One-inch cubed ice
  • Orange peel
  • Rock glass


  1. Add ingredients over ici into a rock glass
  2. Stir gently not to exhaust cabonation of the tonic water.
  3. Express oils from the orange peel at a 45-degree angle toward glass in order to keep oil and aroma notes over the more bitter undesirable ones.

Star of Bombay Constellation

Here’s the cocktail for an evening of refined celebration. For a perfect service, pour into a flute cooled with a branch of lavender.


Credit: Bombay Sapphire


  • 45 ml of Star of Bombay
  • 15 ml of fresh lemon juice
  • 15 ml of tea (1 tea bag per 250 ml)
  • 10 ml of simple syrup 1:1 sugar water
  • 1 teaspoon of St-Germain
  • 25 ml of Prosecco
  • Lavender


  1. Shake the gin with the  lemon juice, tea and simple syrup with ice and fine strain (syrup can be prepared in advance and must be served chilled.
  2. taking a chilled Champagne Flute, pour in 45 ml of the gin
  3. Vadd the Prosceco over a bar spoon or by tilting the glass.
  4. Garnir de lavande.

50/50 Star of Bombay Martini

A classic. A must to start your evening, especially served in a chilled cup decorated with an orange peel.


Credit: Bombay Sapphire


  • 1,5 parts of Star of Bombay
  • 1,5 parts of Noilly Prat
  • 2 dash orange bitters
  • Orange peel
  • Chilled Coupe Glass


  1. Stir ingredients into an ice-filled mixing glass.
  2. Fine-strain the liquid into a chilled Coupe glass in a circular motion from the outside of the glass towards its centre.
  3. Garnish with orange peel



Why not raise the style of your evening, after all, New Year’s Eve is a time when we dress more chic, where we can afford to take out our sequins and forget about it, and move on to the next year on a good note!


Credit: Bombay Sapphire


  • 1 part of Star of Bombay
  • 1 part of Martini Rosso
  • 0,5 part Chemex filtered single bean coffee
  • 1 part of Campari
  • orange wheel and coffee bean
  • Chilled Coupe Glass


  1. Stir ingredients into an ice-filled mixing glass.
  2. Fine-strain the liquid into a chilled Coupe Glass.
  3. Garnish with the orange wheel and the coffee bean.

Star of Bombay Rock Star

Want to be the star of the evening? Why not try this cocktail that will bring out the tastes of the Star of Bombay.

The Rock Star cocktail

Credit: Bombay Sapphire


  • 2 parts of Star of Bombay gin
  • Orange peel
  • Large sphere or two-inch ice cube
  • Rock glass


  1. Take a straight rock glass
  2. Add the ice
  3. Pour over the gin
  4. Express oils from the orange peel at a 45-degree angle toward glass in order to keep volatile oil and aroma notes.

Where to find this gin

Find the Star of Bombay gin at your local SAQ or LCBO

Happy New Year everyone! For other cocktails ideas, visit our section!

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* Alcohol abuse is dangerous. To consume with moderation.

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