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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.
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.
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.
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.
The Martini Cocktail
A fantastic gin! This is by far and away the best Tanqueray gin available. It's fresh, clean taste, completed with a slice of lime is perfect for any summers day or winters... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Pen Name
In an old Microdisney song Cathal Couglan sang: 'I drink gin like some 1960's wino...' - Tanqueray No Ten is opposite end of the alky spectrum. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Bela Lugosi's Dad
Most impressive bottle complete with mock stainless steel cap, probably its main selling point apart from the contents, which are of course superb quality given the Royal Crest... Read morePublished 1 month ago by John Richard
To be honest, I'm not a big gin fan, but the description of citrus flavours sounded appealing. In the smell and taste (neat), though, it's mainly alcohol that comes through. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Burton
For those who prefer Gin, this Tanqueray No Ten is a superior brand with a subtle and smooth taste. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Champollion
I am not traditionally a big gin drinker, but the difference in taste between this and more traditional gins was immediately apparent. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Lyne