A superpremium smallbatch Tanqueray named after the number of the No. 10 still in which it is made. A superb controlled explosion of very aromatic botanical flavours, and it looks very good on your mantelpiece / drinks cabinet.
We were on holidays, happily quaffing what was at hand and not asking too many questions. I was handed another G&T. From the first sip, this thing was unmistakably special. It had a depth and a complexity you would never have with anything else, and a lingering length about it.
Only drawback is, once you've tried it, there is no turning back. Everything else will taste quite like second best.
- Jean-Louis, 12th Apr '12
I am also a drinker of Bombay Sapphire; I can confirm that Tanqueray No.10 is the Rolls Royce of all gin. I have now been converted.
- John Laurence Brindley, 29th Feb '12
I used to be a Bombay Sapphire drinker until I tried Tanqueray No.10, the rest is history! Absolutely superb with a very fresh yet distinctive taste.
- Ibrahim G, 25th Apr '11
I never used to drink Gin but when I sampled a No. 10 for the first time - G
- Abraham G, 11th Aug '10
im not a gin lover at all but this gin has converted me forever. yummy
- dannyd, 29th May '10
Best gin ever for a Gin
- anonymous, 27th Nov '09
It is truly the ultimate gin in, as was previously mentioned, a martini or with tonic. It is smooth beyond belief. Buy a standard Tanqueray and and tonic and a no. 10 and tonic, and try them side by side.....the difference is unbelievable.As to being a "boring" gin !!! Well the two mentioned in Hendricks (cucumber is the dominent flavour) and Rangpour (lovely but too much citrus flavour to be used with a tonic) are both fine on their own, but a bit too grandma for my liking.
- Slippy, 18th Sep '09
Try once, then forget. This is just a "boring" gin when compared to something like Hendricks or anqueray Rangpour gin.
- Gin Lover, 22nd Aug '09
this gin is the ultimate martini gin. more juniper than you'd believe, but softened with a heavy mix of citrus fruits, orange, lemon, even grapefruit. not as dry as a regular tanqueray, a relief in martinis. exquisite balance, a must try for any true gin lover. convert your friend's mum that seems to be sponsored by gordons.
- L, 22nd Jan '09
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