Bombay Sapphire Launch Flavoured Edible Paint To Change The Colour Of Your Gin and Tonic

If you fancy brightening up your G&T, Bombay Sapphire has launched a range of edible paint.

The paint is currently available at five bars but is set to be rolled out nationwide in the coming months. You can try it at Duck & Waffle, London, Mr Fogg’s House of Botanicals in Fitzrovia, London; Scout in Hackney, London; Panda and Sons in Edinburgh and Tariff & Dale in Manchester.

The collection launches with a ‘Blue Edition’ paint colour but more colours are being developed.

Devised in partnership with award-winning bartender and Duck & Waffle’s Head of Cocktail Development Rich Woods, the drink is created by painting a stroke of the coloured liquid down the side of your glass before the alcohol and mixer are added, allowing the colour and flavours to infuse as you drink.

Renaud de Bosredon, Bombay Sapphire Brand Ambassador, says: ‘We’re super excited to launch the BOMBAY SAPPHIRE Paint Collection and bring it to gin lovers across the country.

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