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Created in Bloomsbury, in 1830, the Tanqueray has become one of the most famous Gins in the world. If the exact recipe remains a secret, we know that coriander, angelica root, juniper and liquorice are added during the second distillation. This creates a balanced and soft taste with notes of citrus and juniper. A bartenders' favourite, the Tanqueray is perfect in a glass with ice cubes, a tonic and a slice of lemon.
While it originated in London, Tanqueray production moved to Scotland after World War II, when its London distillery suffered massive damage at the hands of Axis bombing. Nowadays, its largest market is the United States, where it is the best-selling imported gin.
Description of Tanqueray
- Colour: Tanqueray is white crystalline
- Smell: Notes classic London Dry gins: juniper, citrus and botanical notes with notes beverages.
- Taste: Good balance between the notes of alcohol, juniper and other ingredients in your recipe. Having four distillations, makes its remarkably smooth taste.
ALCOHOL: 43,1% Vol
PRODUCER: Tanqueray Gordon's & Co
Gordon's, founded in 1769, is the world’s best-selling London Dry Gin. Triple distilled, the distinctively refreshing taste comes from the finest juniper berries and blend of botanicals. Tanqueray London Dry, created in 1830 by Charles Tanqueray who was not afraid to mix up brave ideas designed his own unique style. He invented a gin recipe that is still celebrated to this day. The perfect mix of ingenuity, heritage and hard work. Tanqueray has a perfectly balanced botanical flavour that makes an excellent gin & tonic and dry martini cocktail.More about the Producer