Inside the recognizable green bottle, look for bold juniper plus notes of anise, lemon peel, and a faint white-floral touch, laced with black pepper heat. Overall, a clean, classic profile that’s just the ticket for gin & tonics. - K.N.
Charles Tanqueray. (1810-1868), son of a bedfordshire clergyman stes up the bloomsbury distillery in london in 1830. Experimenting over the years with many possible ingredients, Charles Tanqueray finally produced the key balance of ingredients and tanqueray gin was launched.
It starts with the man Charles Tanqueray. The bold spirit who traded in the church for the still, and in the process, created one of the world’s most awarded gins.
Distilled four times. A perfectionist who kept it simple, Four botanicals, juniper, coriander, angelica and liquorice to create the perfect balance. A balance that created a flavor. A flavor that created a taste, and a taste that drew suspicion and the envy of other gin makers. The red waxed seal passed on from one generation to the next ot mark this above all other.