List of products by brand Tanqueray

The Tanqueray Distillery was born in the London Borough of Bloomsbury by Charles Tanqueray.

Tanqueray is the distillery created by Charles Tanqueray in England. It was in the year 1830 when this priest established his first distillery which he called "Bloomsbury Distillery". After Charles's death, the secret recipe for his distillate was inherited by his oldest son, Charles Waugh Tanqueray, who dealt with his father's legacy at just 20 years old.

In 1922 it was merged with 6 other distillers from where The Distillers Company emerged. In 1923 Guinness bought the company creating United Distillers and a year later John Tanqueray retired and was the last member of the company to work at the company.

After a bombing in World War II in 1941 the distillery was destroyed and all that was left was a copper alembic, called "Old Tom", which is now more than 200 years old.

In 1988 the Tanqueray production moved to Scotland.

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Tanqueray Rangpur Gin

Tanqueray Rangpur is a premium gin, London Dry type, born in 2007 and produced by Tanqueray & Co.

In the nineteenth century, new distilleries began to emerge with a different concept, such as Tanqueray, betting on the quality of the final product instead of quantity.

Price €22.40

Tanqueray N0. Ten Gin

Tanqueray N0. Ten Gin is a Premium gin, London Dry type. It is a gin from England, very recent, dating from the year 2000.

Tanqueray gin was distilled initially in 1830 by Charles Tanqueray in the London Borough of Bloomsbury.

Price €25.56 Regular price €26.90

Tanqueray Gin

Tanqueray Gin is a British gin made in Scotland. Tanqueray Gin is a London Dry Gin, named after the distillation process, not the origin of the product.

In the nineteenth century, new distilleries began to emerge with a different concept, such as Tanqueray, betting on the quality of the final product instead of quantity.

Price €13.80

Tanqueray Flor De Sevilla

Tanqueray Flor De Sevilla is a gin elaborated in Scotland based on the best sevillanas oranges.

In the nineteenth century, new distilleries began to emerge with a different concept, such as Tanqueray, betting on the quality of the final product instead of quantity.

Price €21.51