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tildy



Joined: 18 Jun 2006
Posts: 5



Posted: 07/08/07 - 06:12    Post subject:

Next week Im traveling to India with my girlfriends. Ive never been there before, and one of my college pals, while we were talking about what we should see in India, mentioned something called Bombay sapphire. I totally adore jewelry and all those bling bling stuff and I wanna know more about it. Tx a lot!
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heath



Joined: 18 Oct 2004
Posts: 6



Posted: 07/10/07 - 03:29    Post subject:

Ouch! Your pal is quite a joker and he apparently played a trick on you. Bombay Sapphire is just as much a jewel as Cristal is a crystal. Its actually a type of gin of a light blue color, which partly explains the origin of its name. The Bombay part of the name is due to the fact that gin was popular spirit in the British Raj. Of course, it would be a shame to visit India and without tasting some of the cocktails with Bombay Sapphire. Dont forget to tell your pal that youve met and become best friends with Tom Collins!
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tildy



Joined: 18 Jun 2006
Posts: 5



Posted: 07/12/07 - 00:46    Post subject:

Next week Im traveling to India with my girlfriends. Ive never been there before, and one of my college pals, while we were talking about what we should see in India, mentioned something called Bombay sapphire. I totally adore jewelry and all those bling bling stuff and I wanna know more about it. Tx a lot!
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heath



Joined: 18 Oct 2004
Posts: 6



Posted: 07/13/07 - 22:02    Post subject:

Ouch! Your pal is quite a joker and he apparently played a trick on you. Bombay Sapphire is just as much a jewel as Cristal is a crystal. Its actually a type of gin of a light blue color, which partly explains the origin of its name. The Bombay part of the name is due to the fact that gin was popular spirit in the British Raj. Of course, it would be a shame to visit India and without tasting some of the cocktails with Bombay Sapphire. Dont forget to tell your pal that youve met and become best friends with Tom Collins!
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