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Tanqueray No. TEN Gin 70 cl


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  • Tanqueray Ten is handcrafted in small batches
  • A super premium Martini Cocktail gin
  • Made with fresh citrus fruits (grapefruits, orange and limes) along with camomile flowers and other hand selected botanicals
  • It has been awarded double gold & best white spirit for three years in a row
  • Within just eight months of its launch, Tanqueray 10 won 7 top US awards
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Product Information

Technical Details
Product Dimensions40.6 x 16.6 x 12.2 cm
Item model number688216
Volume700 ml
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Alcohol Content47.3 % Vol
BrandTanqueray
VintageNV
Manufacturer/ProducerCharles Tanqueray & Co.
Serving Size100 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB00429MOW2
Best Sellers Rank 352 in Grocery (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 Kg
Date First Available7 Sep 2010
  
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From the Manufacturer

Tanqueray Timeline

Tanqueray London Dry Gin is so called because it was distilled in 1830 by Charles Tanqueray, in Bloomsbury, London.

The signature red waxed seal on the bottle is the official stamp of Tanqueray quality passed through generations.

The elegant Art Deco lines of the Tanqueray No. Ten Gin bottle evoke the 1920-30s golden age of gin cocktails.

Tanqueray was sold in a clear, colourless bottle until 1948, when it was replaced by the now iconic green version.

A 60’s PR campaign that showed Frank Sinatra and Bob Hope enjoying Tanqueray virtually doubled US brand sales overnight.

Tasting Notes

Grapefruit and camomile are evident on the nose but so are complex spice and juniper. Juniper is integrated with freshly squeezed lime, orange and grapefruit juice while white pepper and coriander spice add depth. All these flavours continue through the long, almost creamy, sherbety finish.

Hand crafted in small batches

Tanqueray No. TEN takes its name from ‘Tiny Ten’, the nickname of the small copper pot still where every drop is produced, but there is nothing minor about its flavour. The only gin made using whole citrus fruit, including white grapefruit, lime, and orange, along with juniper, coriander, and a hint of chamomile flowers, No. TEN has a unique, full-bodied character and citrus undertone. It is this combination of full body and fresh flavor that has made it a perennial favourite amongst passionate bartenders. And it’s not only these bartenders who applaud No. TEN. Upon its launch, this gin was crowned ‘Best White Spirit” three times in a row at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, at which point it was retired from the competition into the Hall of Fame, where it remains the only white spirit. Tanqueray No. TEN is renowned for its versatility, and is in fine form in classic stirred drinks such as the Martini and Negroni, as well as in fruit forward cocktails such as the Southside and Clover Club.

Tanqueray Tiny Ten

Add 1.25 oz of Tanqueray No. Ten & 0.5 oz of simple syrup in a shaker. Crush quarter of a grapefruit, then dunk. Throw in some rocks then shake it up and serve.

Tiny Ten

The Southside

The Martini Cocktail

The Vesper


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By leftfooter TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 Nov 2014
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Gin was the first spirit I took to, and still my favourite. I remember the day when I first tried Tanqueray, after which I would never go back to insipid Gordons again. Recent years have been good for gin fans, with lots of new and interesting variations coming on the market. So, great to try Tanqueray's response to these newcomers.

Cosmetic impressions are good, The bottle is just beautiful, like a shard of green crystal straight out of the 1920's. There is a minimal label to spoil the effect. It feels good in the hand, if easy to hold and pour. I even like the knurled effect on the lid. It reeks of quality.

This is a good strong gin (47.3%) with a clean refreshing taste. Tanqueray has used a lot of citrus fruit with the botanicals. I suggest you try it just with tonic, before throwing a citrus slice in the glass, as you may not need it. Also, this is a gin that deserves a decent tonic (Fever Tree is a sound choice) so don't waste it in supermarket tonic.

Of course, all gins are a matter of taste, but I think you will not go far wrong with this one. I am a fan of other gins such as Hendricks and Williams Chase Orange gin, but Ten will have a place in my drinks cupboard as a less idiosyncratic choice for a cocktail base. A little research shows that this gin has won multiple prizes from bartender organisations for use in cocktails - I am not surprised.

The amazon price is not a huge saving on supermarket prices, but ideal for giving as a gift, as you don't have the worry of a home-packed bottle breakin in transit. In fact, I think Amazon is missing a trick by not having this in a special gift box or similar. Nonetheless, this is a lovely gin, and would be a welcome present for any gin-lover.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brett H TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 30 Oct 2014
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My preferred tipple in gin is either Tanqueray or Bombay Sapphire. Recently both have produced a higher priced variant, Tanqueray's being No Ten and Bombay's is Bombay East. Both standard offerings are infused with botanicals and the new varieties have added additional fruits, herbs and/or spices to make the taste even more complex.

A couple of years back I went to a lecture at the Brighton Festival presented by Hendricks, another excellent but rather pricy gin which was not only informative, but provided free samples including 70% proof raw spirit! It was explained that London Dry Gin was produced using the traditional distilling method whereas Tanqueray and Bombay, as examples, both used a different infusion method to incorporate the herbs and spices. However, the latest higher end offerings including No Ten use a new method which combines the two techniques so that what is different about this gin is not only additional ingredients but also what is regarded as a superior technology.

The result is, in my opinion, an excellent, delicious gin with a complex flavour. Provided you are prepared to pay more, it is certainly worth trying. The only downside is that if you are used to cheap supermarket gin, once you have tried a superior gin like this, the former is just going to taste harsh and characterless. Our other comment was that, with a standard double measure, the G&T did taste quite strong - I then noticed it was 47.3% proof so that was not entirely surprisingl! Incidentally the price at the time of writing of about £28 with free delivery, compares favourably with the cost at our local supermarket.

As a final comment, another thing I learned at the Hendricks' lecture was that in the last ten years more new gins have come on the market than in the preceding one hundred years - a fact which will please gin drinkers everywhere!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sue C. VINE VOICE on 22 Nov 2014
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Served this last night at a family get-together and the unanimous verdict was that this is a rather superior gin. Lots of umph, due to it being a decent strength, and a great citrus undertone which is enjoyable and not over-powering. Pair this with a good quality tonic, such as Fever Tree, and you have a fantastic G & T. Also used it in a cocktail and the recipient was equally impressed. Will most definitely be buying this again.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mrs R A Wilde on 28 Dec 2012
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Well received by its' recipient. Came well packaged but took several days to arrive. Lovely bottle, elegantly shaped and nice to hold.
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By Gary White TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 Oct 2014
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Once there was just Gordons and now we have an explosion of niche and artisanal gin makers. It has to be said that this is good for the market. I am more a whisky drinker myself but did inherit an occasional interest in a G&T from my father. Or in this case, a re-branding and relaunch of an older marque, this time made by Diageo and launched in 2000, though the roots go back 150 years. This London Dry Gin though this is actually distilled in Scotland.
The recipe is secret of course, but this is a fine drink, bursting with fruity botanicals and wirth the slightly premium price over lesser brands. HIghyl recommended.
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By tallpete33 TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 16 Nov 2014
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This is a nice refreshing gin that is obviously best served with a good tonic, ice and a slice. In the interest of extensive testing having finished most of the bottle however I'd be lying if I said it was a great deal different to the better value Gordon's which I also prefer to Bombay Sapphire. With a G&T a good mixer can make all the difference so if you can find Fever Tree tonic in your supermarket try it with that and enjoy the difference. Do love the bottle this comes in mind you, very tactile and the faux wax seal and sturdy stopper are quite classy and make a good impression.
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