A new super premium addition to the Bombay Sapphire range, Star of Bombay, takes its name from the 60-carat sapphire once discovered in Sri Lanka and given to the silent movie star Mary Pickford by her husband, Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. This gem also appears beneath the portray of Queen Victoria on the label of the original Bombay Sapphire.
Bombay Sapphire is rolling out the next installment of its Artisan Series, inviting creative minds from the art industry across the United States to share their imagination with the world. The original art pieces are now accepted on the dedicated website—the winners of the contest will get an international exposure.
Bombay Sapphire is selecting the last winner of the second annual “Imagination Series” film competition. In April, budding filmmakers were challenged to create a short film based on a script by Academy Award-wining Geoffrey Fletcher. So far the jury has named four finalists, while the fifth one is to be defined by public voting online.
Bombay Sapphire is getting ready to begin the restoration of the historic buildings in Laverstoke Mill, Hampshire to open its new distillery. The company will invest millions of pounds into the revamp of the site where one of England’s most significant bank note paper factory was functioning for many years.