Tanqueray No. Ten | 1 Litre

Tanqueray No. Ten | 1 Litre

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Launched in 2000, Tanqueray No. Ten Gin is based on the traditional Tanqueray botanical recipe but with unusual extras such as camomile and fresh grapefruit. It takes its name from the distillery's number 10 still, known as Tiny Ten. One of the things which makes Tanqueray 10 unique is that it uses fresh whole citrus rather than dried citrus peels.
Size: 1 Litre ABV: 47.3 % Origin: United Kingdom  

 

Tasting Notes

Tanqueray No. Ten strikes an immediate impression in its iconic, monolithic bottle, one of the best-designed decanters on the market. The gin inside clearly adheres to the Tanqueray formula, but it extends that with a bit more citrus. The company claims it is the only gin to use handpicked fresh fruit in its distillation, including white grapefruit, orange, and lime. There is also chamomile in the mix, a curious addition. What comes through in the finish is, of course, juniper, and all three of the citrus fruits mentioned. Grapefruit, for sure, with orange and lime more of an afterthought. I definitely prefer Ten to regular Tanqueray, and arguably worth the upgrade in price.

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Cocktail

Tanqueray Nº Ten Martini

+85ml Tanqueray No. Ten
+10ml Martini Extra Dry

Method: Rinse your ice and mixing glass with the dry vermouth, strain away the vermouth, add some more ice and your gin and stir gently. Double strain into your chilled glass & garnish with a grapefruit peel.