Tanqueray London Dry Gin With Copa Glass Giftpack

70cl  47.3% A super-premium gin making perfectly balanced gin tonic and an excellent base for martinis and cocktails

£22.50

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Tanqueray No.10

Made from four classic gin botanicals, Tanqueray London Dry Gin’s timeless recipe remains unchanged since 1830

An exceptional taste experience

Since it was created by Charles Tanqueray in 1830, Tanqueray London Dry Gin has always used the same timeless recipe made from four classic gin botanicals – piney juniper, peppery coriander, aromatic angelica, and sweet liquorice.
The iconic bottle, which is modelled on the three-piece cocktail shaker popularised during Prohibition, epitomises the vibrant elegance of the “Roaring 1920s”. The pineapple fruit was the ultimate symbol of hospitality in 1830s England - it features in the Tanqueray family crest and adorns every bottle from the Tanqueray Distilling Company. Tanqueray London Dry Gin makes the perfect gift for gin lovers and enthusiasts.
Tanqueray London Dry Gin is best enjoyed with plenty of ice, premium tonic water, and garnished with a wedge of lime, but it also makes a great base for a wide range of cocktails.

AROMA

Angelica, coriander, juniper

APPEARANCE

Crystal clear, thanks to four times distillation.

PALATE

Juniper, coriander, angelica and liquorice.

FINISH

Vanilla and an elegant floral finish.

Your gift

Your gift

Delivered in a neat presentation box, Tanqueray London Dry has an iconic bottle shape inspired by a three-part cocktail shaker made famous during Prohibition in the “Roaring 1920s,” making it the perfect gift for gin aficionados.

SIGNATURE SERVE

Tanqueray Signature Serve


We recommend a balloon glass. Add plenty of ice, then the gin and top up with premium tonic water. For the ultimate bartendery touch, finish with a wedge of pink grapefruit and a few raspberries.

A bit of history

Tanqueray London Dry Gin was created by brand founder Charles Tanqueray in 1830.
The pineapple fruit was the ultimate symbol of hospitality in 1830s England and features in the Tanqueray family crest which adorns every bottle from the Tanqueray Distilling Company.