Tanqueray - No Ten - Small Batch Distilled 1 Litre Bottle


Tanqueray - No Ten
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Tanqueray has a new member to this international gin brand. Called Tanqueray No. 10, the small batch distillation product is crafted with hand-picked whole fruit botanicals and is distilled four times.

Described as "sublimely fresh with depth and a complex flavour with a mouth-feel that can only be described as unctuous", Tanqueray No. 10 is highlighted by flavours of grapefruit, orange and lime and mellowed by juniper and camomile.

Category(s):     Gin & Genever
Group(s):     Gin
Producer: Charles Tanqueray   -   www.tanqueray.com
ABV:   47.3%
Brand:   Tanqueray
Country of Origin:   England
Type:   Gin


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4 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Fri, 18 May 2012
Review: Excellent product, superb flavour, good strength, goes well with lime and lemon, worth experimenting with different tonic waters tho - Fever Tree is nice with this for a very classy (and a bit expensive) sun-set drink.

Date of Review: Sat, 19 Feb 2011
Review: Bought first bottle of this today. Great. Very smooth and potent - 47.5% ABV. Made a fantastic G&T with it. Schweppes tonic and slice of lemon. Now want to try it using other citrus garnishes - lime, grapefruit etc. But strongly recommended. This is a step up in the world of gin.

Date of Review: Fri, 16 Jan 2009
Review: My personal favourite! I would never share it. If I would own the last bottle in the world, I would forget all my friends. But gladly Tanqueray provides it for everybody. Try it and you won´t regret it. A real discovery among gin.

Date of Review: Thu, 03 Feb 2005
Review: The absolute king of gins, I got into this after quaffing a few in the Windows Bar in the Park Lane Hilton and its gorgeous.
Previously I'd been a big fan of Bombay, and also liked the 'normal' Tanq for its smoother flavour. this is really another league though and worth every penny.
It has a smoothness in taste that is way beyond every other gin, and its a very complex flavour, lots of fruit taste in it. I cant recommend it highly enough, don't be put off by the price either, its a tenner a throw in Park Lane !

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Producer Information

Charles Tanqueray, the 20 year old heir to three generations of Bedfordshire clergy, began to realize his dream of producing a spirit elixir to rival the masterpieces of his distinguished ancestor. He chooses to abandon the family profession and establish a small distillery in the Bloomsbury district of London. In 1868 Charles Tanqueray passes on and the company is left in the faithful and dedicated hands of his son, Charles Waugh Tanqueray.
In 1920 prohibition beagan in the United States. Tanqueray & Sons continued to legally ship gin to islands just off the US coast in cases designed to float. Socialites obtained gin via the black market and 'speakeasies.'
During the great air raid of 1941, the distillery was almost completely destroyed. Fortunately, one of the original 18th century stills known as 'Old Tom' survived the blitz and is still used today.
In 1992 the pure clarity, distinction, sparkle and zest of Tanqueray wins over judges and is named Gold Medalist at the Monde Selection. It's just one of the many awards and honors Tanqueray would garner.
In 2000, the premium spirit, Tanqueray No Ten is produced. Its superior taste is the result of ingredients, which include fresh, whole fruit botanicals, herbs and spices, perfected by their truly unique quadruple distillation process.

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