In 1830, Charles Tanqueray established the distillery in the Bloomsbury district of Tingrith in Bedfordshire. When Charles died in 1868, the company passed into the hands of his heir, Charles Waugh Tanqueray. An air raid in 1941, during World War II, left the distillery in shambles; only one still survived the attack. This still, known as “Old Tom,” now resides in Cameronbridge, Scotland and continues to be used today. The …Read More
Born in the elegant 10th still, with a pioneering spirit and attention to detail that embodies the craft and passion of charles himself. We affectionately bring you tanoueray no. Ten. While the other gins subtly infuse only peel we go all in and give the fruit a little more love. Small batches. Fresh fruit. Not iust peels. The freshest grapefruit, orange, lime. And chamomile sets our gin apart and gives …Read More
The rare Ranqpur lime is an ingenious choice to bring a distinct and bold flavour to Tanqueray Rangpur. With zestiness of lime and the juiciness of mandarin orange, this gin is the best kept secret of the British Indian tradition. Best enjoyed with premium tonic water and a slice of lime.
Gilbeys began distilling gin in London in 1872. Cheap and easy to produce, in Hogarth’s day it had an appalling reputation. ‘Drunk for a penny and dead drunk for twopence.’ London Gin was flavoured with juniper berries, coriander and other herbs. A classically styled London Dry Gin, Gilbey’s is intensely flavoured, and works well in cocktails. This delicate combination of pure spirit and 12 natural ingredients, with a hint of citrus …Read More
Since humble beginnings back in 1769, the Gordon’s range has undergone several changes, including the fashionable Shaker cocktail range of the 1920s and 30s, and the curious Orange gin of later years. One thing has always remained though — and that’s the distinctive taste of our London Dry gin. Famed the world over as the ginniest of gins, a Gordon’s, effortlessly mixed with fresh tonic over ice, has always heralded …Read More
Inspired by an original Gordon’s recipe from the 1880s, Gordon’s Pink is perfectly crafted to balance the refreshing taste of Gordon’s with the natural sweetness of raspberries and strawberries, with the tang of redcurrant served up in a unique blushing tone. Made using only natural fruit flavours to guarantee the highest quality real berry taste. This serve is perfect for the early evening aperitif moment. Fill a large wine glass with ice, mix …Read More