I rather like this glass, it's not as modern and more curvy like me. I stole the pic from http://www.luxury-gadgets.com and that is my kind of website.
Bombay Sapphire has a unique distillation process using a Carterhead still. (I'm still trying to google that). Unlike other gins which boil their botanicals with the spirit, the Bombay spirit is distilled alone. Then to get the unique flavour, the spirit passes through the botanicals in vapour form. This allows each delicate aroma to be fully absorbed.
Triple distilled, 100% neutral grain spirit is heated into vapour form. Vapour is sent through the rectifying column, unique to a Carterhead still. The baffle system, situated in the column, allows only the purest spirit to pass through.
Purified vapour passes through a copper basket containing 10 natural botanicals and absorbs their delicate flavours. The vapour is turned into liquid and received into a spirit safe as Bombay Sapphire.
The selection and balance of their botanicals is based on a recipe dating from 1761 and no expense is spared. Then Bombay Sapphire is blended with pure water from Lake Vymwy and bottled.
Okay after going through all that, I'm going to stop whining about the cost.