Bombay Sapphire Unveils flavored Color Paint For Gin And Tonic Mix

It’s painted. It’s flavored. It’ll make your gin and tonic much pretty. And unless you’re in the UK, you cannot hate it. Cruel – Cruel world.

You can dream. The Bombay Sapphire Paint range was developed by the gin company in collaboration with Rich woods, an award-winning bartender and the chief of cocktail development at London watering restaurant Duck and waffle. The paints let bars to add a little of mad scientist fullness to their gin as well tonics. It works like this: a paint stripe is applied to the inside of the glass. Then, when the tonic, gin, and ice are added, the paint color infuses both flavor and color into the cocktail.

Duck and waffle – stretching 230 M into the city’s skyline, guests and enjoy the elegant panoramic visions of London while shipping on floral flavored G and Ts, made by Rich Woods himself.

Scout – simplicity underpins bars while the experimenting with this adventurous.

Tariff and Dale – Gin lovers in Manchester can hope a tropical Pineapple flavored touch on classic G and T at this Cozy bar in Northern Quarter

Panda and sons – Gin fans in Scotland can find exciting grapefruit flavored G and T at hidden speaking style place in the heart of Edinburgh

Mr. FOGG’s House of Botanicals – people can be transported back the Victorian age across this range of London bars while experimenting with the bold Calamansi flavored G and T.

The exclusive pain range will roll out to more than 130 bars in the UK. In the upcoming few months and will hopefully land in the actually cute bar that is like 3 blocks from my apartment sometime soon.

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