Tanqueray - BloomsburyUnique Style
Perfect in a long serve which still allows the robust juniper flavour and unique Tanqueray style to cut through.
A double juniper heavy gin created from the Tanqueray family recipe book dating back to 1880 Bloomsbury, London.
A great story to tell from the Tanqueray family recipe book: The Bloomsbury recipe dates from the late 1800s. It therefore dates to Charles Waugh Tanqueray's stewardship of the company in Bloomsbury. Charles Waugh Tanqueray is the son of Charles Tanqueray. Charles Waugh's story has never really been told but it's a really interesting one, and he was truly instrumental in ensuring the success of the company. In 1868, when Charles died, his son Charles Waugh Tanqueray took over his business. He was 20 years old at the time. A brilliant business man who saw the global potential for Tanqueray, Charles Waugh started promoting the brand internationally. Charles Waugh was instrumental in masterminding the merger between Charles Tanqueray & Co and Alexander Gordon & Co in 1898, forming the largest Gin House in the world.