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Launched in 2000, the Gin Tanqueray Ten stands above your average gin. Indeed, it appeared at a point when gin makers aspired to reinvent themselves. They shifted their focus away from juniper (though it remains at the heart of the gin) and directed their attention to the other botanicals. Hence the great importance being given to citrus in the Tanqueray No. Ten 's recipe, the only gin distilled with fresh lime and grapefruit. Finally, it takes its name from the tenth still "Tiny Ten" in the Tanqueray distillery where the fourth distillation takes place.
Description of Tanqueray No. Ten
Tanqueray No. Ten
- Colour: White crystalline
- Smell: sexiest Notes: citrus, spices and herbs. Despite its high alcohol content, does not bother, or is present in the nose.
- Taste: simultaneous explosions citrus and juniper, which appear after the silky notes of chamomile. Mouth is very complex, mainly due to its high alcohol content, which sets the flavors and aromas. The finish is long and shows notes of lemon and lime very nice.
ALCOHOL: 47.3% Vol
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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